Ask Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley which teams are showing the most interest in him in the days leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft - which NFL.com did on Tuesday - and he'll respond, in part, by mentioning the Buffalo Bills.
"I heard a lot from the Bills, and the Ravens," Mosley told College Football 24/7. "But I had a lot more visits. At the end of the day, guys don't know where they're going to go."
A four-year starter for the Crimson Tide, the 6'2", 234-pound Mosley finished his college career with 299 tackles (23 for loss), 6.5 sacks, five interceptions and 19 defended passes. An impressive athlete, Mosley is equally adept defending the run or playing the pass, making him the type of coveted three-down presence at the position that the Bills could really use next to Kiko Alonso.
Mosley was among 29 pre-draft visitors for the Bills, and you can add him to a growing list of names that the Bills are interested - alongside, for now, Notre Dame tackle Zack Martin and LSU wideout Odell Beckham Jr. Reports that the Bills are interested in moving into the Top 5 continue to circulate, as well.