The Buffalo Bills continue to make the rounds, learning as much as they possibly can about virtually every high-profile QB prospect in the 2013 NFL Draft.
The Buffalo Bills were one of 14 NFL teams in attendance at the Miami University pro day on Thursday, where they took in a solid workout from quarterback Zac Dysert, according to Dayton Daily News reporter Jay Morrison.
Morrison also reports that the Bills were one of six teams that conducted a formal interview with Dysert back in late February at the 2013 NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
A four-year starter at Miami, the 6'3", 231-pound Dysert has flown under the radar a bit in the pre-draft process thanks to a muddled class and other prospects having more notoriety and better workouts. While concerns linger about his decision-making and a poor showing at the Senior Bowl in January, Dysert has a ton of experience and threw for 12,013 yards, 73 touchdowns and 51 interceptions in 47 games collegiately.
The Bills have been linked to virtually every high-profile quarterback in this year's draft thanks to their desperate need at the position - potentially even for an opening-day starter in 2013. Dysert would be in play for the Bills if the team does not take a quarterback with the No. 8 overall pick, in all likelihood.