Add Georgia Bulldogs senior offensive lineman Cordy Glenn to the list of confirmed players that have made a pre-draft visit with the Buffalo Bills.
Glenn spent some time at One Bills Drive late in March, reports BuffaloBills.com. Considered among the top tier of offensive line prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft, the 6'5", 345-pound Glenn is coming off an interesting senior season and a strong pre-draft evaluation process.
A guard through his junior season, Glenn was considered a potential first-round pick at his old position, but was moved to left tackle in his senior season to replace 2011 fourth-round draft pick Clint Boling. At his new position, Glenn struggled mightily initially, but made some strides during the season, and then more than held his own at the position at the 2012 Senior Bowl. Though many teams still see him as an ideal fit at guard, Glenn's monstrous 36-inch arms and rapid improvement at the position have contributed to his being widely considered a full-time tackle at this point.
Glenn is very much in the mix amongst the likes of Riley Reiff, Jonathan Martin and Mike Adams as a second tier of tackle prospects that should be in play when the Bills make their No. 10 overall pick.