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Buffalo Bills announce twelve rookie UDFA signings

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Robert Foster, Cam Phillips, and Levi Wallace highlight the group.

On Friday morning, heading into their first day of rookie minicamp, the Buffalo Bills announced the signing of twelve undrafted free agents from this year’s draft class.

The twelve rookie signings are:

Mat Boesen, DE, TCU

Ike Boettger, OT, Iowa

Tyler Davis, K, Penn State

Gerhard De Beer, OG, Arizona

Ryan Carter, CB, Clemson

Keith Ford, RB, Texas A&M

Robert Foster, WR, Alabama

Mike Love, DE, South Florida

Cam Phillips, WR, Virginia Tech

Mo Porter, T, Baylor

Corey Thompson, LB, LSU

Levi Wallace, CB, Alabama

While no player on this list carries the name recognition of a Da’Rick Rogers, there are a few intriguing prospects on the list. Levi Wallace walked on to the Crimson Tide, became a starter as a senior, and only allowed 25 completions for 295 yards and 1 TD on 63 targets this year. His skinny size, incognito background, and slow forty yard dash contributed to his fall in the draft. Robert Foster was a speedy top high school recruit, but injuries prevented him from becoming a top receiver for Alabama. Cam Phillips started 44 games in his college career, accumulating 236 catches for 3027 yards and 17 touchdowns, but his lack of speed caused him to fall out of the draft.

In addition to these signings, the Buffalo Bills have a mix of 31 veterans and rookies trying out for the team during minicamp: