We've been trying to make a concerted effort to keep track of every single 2010 NFL Draft prospect that the Buffalo Bills have met with on a pre-draft visit. In case they weren't on your list, you can put two of the draft's best tackle prospects squarely on your radar: Oklahoma State's Russell Okung (Ed Thompson) and Rutgers' Mark Gaughan.
Okung, widely considered the safest investment at the tackle position this year, is not expected to make it out of the top six picks, and is a sleeper candidate to be selected No. 2 overall by Detroit (though we don't find that likely). If Buffalo was serious about selecting Okung, they'd have to move up to do it, and again, we don't see that as likely.
Davis is considered by many to be the most naturally talented tackle available this year, but serious questions about his work ethic, attitude and commitment to the game have caused his draft stock to slide pretty significantly. He is a virtual lock to be available when the Bills pick at No. 9 overall (though don't count him out of consideration for Oakland's pick), though it's unclear just how interested Buffalo might be in a player that could create off-field issues.
After the jump, you'll find a list of every player that we're aware of that has met with Buffalo pre-draft. If y'all have anyone to add to the list, let us know in the comments section, and make sure to get us a link. (Props to Kurupt for doing most of the leg work on this.)
|Draft Prospects That Have (Reportedly) Visited w/ Buffalo|
|Jimmy Clausen||QB||Notre Dame||6'3"||222|
|Jarrett Brown||QB||West Virginia||6'3"||224|
|Russell Okung||OT||Oklahoma State||6'5"||307|
|Erik Cook||C||New Mexico||6'6"||318|
|Doug Worthington||DE||Ohio State||6'5"||292|
|Torrell Troup||NT||Central Florida||6'3"||314|
|Jason Pierre-Paul||OLB||South Florida||6'5"||270|
|Jason Worilds||OLB||Virginia Tech||6'1"||254|
|Thaddeus Gibson||OLB||Ohio State||6'2"||243|