With two weeks until the 2018 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills are closely considering all their options when it comes to the 2018 quarterback draft class. One of the top tier guys the Bills might be considering taking with a first round pick is Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph.
Rudolph was a three-year starter for the Cowboys, but before that he was raised in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The 22-year old attended two high schools, transferring from Westminster Catawba Christian School before leaving to go to Northwestern High School in Rock Hill.
Rudolph has ranked as a four-star recruit and the ninth-best pro-style quarterback in his class, according to Rvials.com. He racked up 10,986 yards and 132 passing touchdowns in his high school career.
Rudolph was recruited heavily by some prolific colleges in the South, with the likes of LSU, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Ole Miss, Louisville offering him a place, before he ultimately committed to the Cowboys pretty early on in the recruitment process.
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If the #Bills don't get a top tier quarterback will they or should they draft Mason Rudolph? pic.twitter.com/TXcgyVgKFJ— Buffalo Rumblings (@BuffRumblings) April 18, 2018