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The Buffalo Bills have met with at least two players (but probably way more than that) so far at the 2013 Senior Bowl in Mobile, AL.
We're actively trying to stay out of the nitty gritty detail of the 2013 Senior Bowl - if you're into that sort of thing at this early stage, you should check out SBNation.com's coverage - but there are still a few Buffalo Bills related notes worth pointing out.
- The man everyone will be giving to the Bills in mock drafts for the next three months, Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib, had a so-so start to the practice week. Rather than riding the meaningless up and down waves of practices, we'll simply point out that Nassib measured in at 6'2" flat and 231 pounds with 31-inch arms (short arms mean a quicker release with quarterbacks) and 10-inch hands.
- In case you missed it from BuffaloBills.com, here's what ESPN's Mel Kiper had to say about Nassib's draft stock: "Nassib has been skyrocketing all year," said Kiper. "He’s right now in the second round discussion. That next tier beyond the top group that could end up being a second round pick. But a lot of people have high hopes for him. He obviously has an NFL arm, played in that system for Marrone and really came on. He was a guy that was a good decision maker and was really precise throwing the football and is firmly in that second round discussion right now."
- Toronto Sun columnist John Kryk reported Monday that Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson would be sitting down with Bills scouts in attendance for a one-on-one interview. Wilson, 6'2" and 218 pounds, threw for 7,025 yards with 45 touchdowns and just 19 interceptions over the last two years with the Razorbacks (and in the SEC, no less). You'll see him in the first round of most every mock draft this spring.
- DraftCountdown.com reports that the Bills were also spotted talking with Rice tight end Vance McDonald, a 6'4", 262-pound athlete that recorded 118 receptions, 1,499 yards and 15 touchdowns in 42 career games with the Owls.
If there's anything else Bills-related out there that we've missed, let us know in the comments section and we'll add it in to the post. Hooray, crowd-sourcing!