Another day, another reported pre-draft visitor at the quarterback position for the Buffalo Bills. This time, it’s Mason Rudolph, the senior quarterback from Oklahoma State University, slated to visit with the Bills.
Buffalo is obviously very interested in remaking their quarterback room, and they already have done so by trading former starter Tyrod Taylor and signing veteran A.J. McCarron. With the team currently holding two first-round selections in the NFL Draft, the team could look to trade up for a quarterback or stand pat. If the Bills covet Rudolph, the latter option would probably work.
The 6’5”, 230-pound Rudolph was the starting quarterback at Oklahoma State for three years. Over that span, he never threw more than 9 interceptions in a season, increased his touchdown pass numbers from 21 his sophomore year to 37 his senior year, and increased his completion percentage from 62.3% as a sophomore to 65% as a senior. His yardage totals ballooned each year, as well, as he threw for 3,770 yards in his sophomore season, 4,091 yards his junior year, and 4,904 yards during his senior campaign.
The Bills have now reportedly visited with three quarterbacks: Rudolph, Baker Mayfield, and Josh Rosen.