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.