Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby has set up a pre-draft visit with the Buffalo Bills, as conveyed by Roby to SiriusXM NFL Radio on Tuesday morning.
The news comes slightly less than a month after news broke that Roby had dinner with Bills representatives following the Ohio State pro day in early March.
A three-year starter with the Buckeyes, Roby accumulated 179 tackles, eight interceptions and 36 defended passes in that time frame. At 5'11" and 194 pounds, Roby has more than adequate size for the position, and ran a 4.39-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine in February. He is considered a day two prospect, but could sneak into Round 1. Factoring in program pedigree - Ohio State is known for its quality defensive back prospects - Roby was always going to be well-regarded by the Bills.
Roby's is the fourth name we are aware of on the Bills' pre-draft visitor list this year, joining Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk, Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer and North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron. The Bills have not yet confirmed any of these visitors, and likely will not until the visits are in progress.