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Emmanuel Ogbah visited Buffalo Bills pre-2016 NFL Draft

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Opinions on Ogbah are hit and miss, but there's no doubt he's a talented prospect

Add another name to the list of players that have reportedly visited the Buffalo Bills prior to the 2016 NFL Draft: Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah. That per a report from Rand Getlin of NFL Network, as relayed on Tuesday afternoon.

Ogbah, 22, is an early entrant, having declared for the draft following his junior season. After a three-year playing career in which he accumulated 26.5 sacks and 35.5 tackles for loss in 39 games (adding in five forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries for good measure), Ogbah verified his top-notch athleticism at the NFL Combine in February, running a 4.63-second 40-yard dash (with a 1.59-second 10-yard split) and vertically jumping 35.5 inches while measuring in at 6'4" and 273 pounds.

There are, however, issues with Ogbah's tape, which the venerable Stephen White laid out in black and white just yesterday at SBNation.com. You should read his report on Ogbah straight away. In Buffalo, Ogbah would likely profile as a rush-end complement to Jerry Hughes, while also being able to put his hand in the dirt when the team uses even fronts.

Ogbah is the fourteenth Bills pre-draft visitor that has been reported thus far in the lead-up to the April 28 event. You can keep track of all of those names - and read up on why they're important names to remember - right here.