Big-name prospects in the 2011 NFL Draft continue their parade of pre-draft visits with the Buffalo Bills. Today is a particularly big day for some of the draft's top-rated defenders, as the Bills have confirmed that defensive ends Cameron Jordan and Robert Quinn are at One Bills Drive, while ESPN's Adam Schefter tweets that Da'Quan Bowers is on his way.
Jordan, a senior out of California, has long been considered a darkhorse (or trade down) candidate for the Bills, as he's the type of rangy 3-4 end with scheme versatility that the Bills are seeking. Quinn, meanwhile, is a hotly-debated prospect in scouting circles, with his outstanding edge rushing talent trumping a year-long suspension and a benign brain tumor in the vast majority of cases.
As for Bowers, as Schefter indicates, he's merely on his way to Orchard Park, and the Bills have not confirmed his visit. It's possible that he'll arrive in Buffalo later today and conduct the bulk of his official visit on Wednesday.
Finally, this is my favorite picture of Robert Quinn ever. Who'd dress up as Waldo for Halloween when you can dress up as Buddy Nix?