UTEP defensive back Kelvin Fisher, Jr. paid a pre-draft visit to the Buffalo Bills this past week, according to a report from Aaron Wilson.
Texas-El Paso defensive back Kelvin Fischer visited the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday and today— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) April 6, 2016
Fisher is the son of Kelvin Fisher, the Bills' Director of College Scouting. He spent his final two college seasons at UTEP after transferring from Arkansas, starting nine games (and appearing in 11 total) as a safety for the Miners in the 2015 season. He recorded his lone college interception last season.
Not much is known about Fisher athletically, as the lone workout number of his posted this offseason was a 10'2" broad jump at UTEP's pro day. Fisher weighs in at 5'10" and 192 pounds. It does not seem especially likely that Fisher will be drafted, but assuming he has NFL-caliber athleticism, and with his NFL connections, it's fair to assume that he'll land somewhere as a priority free agent.
Fisher is the fifteenth name we're aware of on the Bills' list of pre-draft visitors this year; they're allowed 30.