ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray is scheduled to make a pre-draft visit with the Buffalo Bills later this week.
The Bills were just in Knoxville last weekend (on Saturday) to work out Bray and a slew of other Tennessee prospects, including another player that has since visited Buffalo: wide receiver Justin Hunter. Schefter had reported the previous week that the Bills would be sending out its four top decision-makers to view the workout: President/CEO Russ Brandon, GM Buddy Nix, Assistant GM Doug Whaley and head coach Doug Marrone.
Bray is the latest in a long line of quarterback prospects that have visited (or are scheduled to visit) the Bills this off-season. The 6'6", 232-pound junior is a major character risk, but has arguably more arm talent than any quarterback prospect available this year - and thanks to those character concerns, he could be available to the Bills with their third-round pick.