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Memphis WR Anthony Miller made pre-draft visit to Buffalo Bills

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The underclassmen put up monster stats with the Tigers over his career

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Memphis wide receiver Anthony Miller visited the Buffalo Bills today, per NBC Sports’ Josh Norris. Miller is the third wide receiver to have reportedly visited with the Bills, who are in desperate need of help at the position.

Over his three seasons at Memphis, Miller put up monster stats. He finished his career with 3590 receiving yards and 37 touchdowns on 238 receptions and totaled at least 1400 yards and 14 touchdowns each of the past two seasons.

NFL.com draft analyst Lance Zierlein compares the 5’11”, 190-pound Miller to current Minnesota Vikings wideout Kendall Wright. Zierlein describes Moore as “ultra-competitive and highly productive,” but says the former Tiger has inconsistent hands. At Memphis’ Pro Day, Miller recorded a vertical jump of 39 inches at and was told by scouts that he ran the 40-yard dash between 4.46 and 4.52 seconds, per USA Today.

Moore played both out wide and inside at Memphis, which could make him a nice fit with the Bills who are already covered outside with Kelvin Benjamin and Zay Jones. Zierlein projects Moore will be selected on Day 2 of next week’s draft.