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2018 NFL Draft report: Harold Landry takes pre-draft visit with Buffalo Bills

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The talented defensive end visited Buffalo.

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With team visits wrapping up in advance of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills have reportedly hosted another top defensive prospect at One Bills Drive. It has been reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport that the Bills have hosted Harold Landry from Boston College for a pre-draft visit.

Fans may be skeptical that the Bills have hosted another defensive end, considering the teams current investment at the position. The Bills currently have Jerry Hughes and Shaq Lawson as holdovers from the 2017 season, and recently added Trent Murphy in free agency.

The latest scouting report on Landry comes from SB Nation’s Stephen White, taking a closer look at the talented pass rusher. Landry is now the third defensive end that has been reported to visit the Bills, including Dorance Armstrong (Kansas) and Uchenna Nwosu (USC).

Most draft experts see Landry as a first round pick that could potentially sneak into the top ten selections. Should the Bills keep their first round selections, Landry could be a name to keep an eye on with either pick.