The Buffalo Bills selected former Virginia Tech offensive guard Wyatt Teller in the 5th round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Bills selected the first offensive player since they took QB Josh Allen in the first round on Thursday, Teller will add depth to the offensive line ranks, especially with the abrupt retirement of former Bill Richie Incognito this offseason.
Teller came to college as a defensive lineman, moved to tackle and finally ended up at guard where he started for the final three years of during his college career. The Bills seem to be coveting versatility outside of the first two picks.
The 6’5 311lb guard was a Senior Bowl atendee, making that five of the six Bills picks that were in Mobile. According to Pro Football Focus, Teller was one of the best Division I guards throughout his time in college. In 2017, Teller ranked 9th in both run blocking and pass blocking.
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