The Buffalo Bills are slowly building their offense up, and they’ve used the draft to help get them there. Last year, they selected QB EJ Manuel in the first round, and then followed that up by drafting USC wide receiver Robert Woods.
If Friday was any indication, they’re looking to use the same strategy this year as not only did that host a visit with highly touted tight end prospect Eric Ebron, but they also brought in LSU running back Jeremy Hill for a meeting as well, according to WGR 550 Sports Radio.
Hill would be a more than welcome addition to the backfield and would be a tremendous complement to C.J. Spiller. Hill would bring a powerful dynamic to the Buffalo offense, leaving things even more wide open for Spiller and the rest of the offense to work.
Last season, Hill rushed for over 1,4000 yards for the Tigers with 16 touchdowns in his redshirt sophomore season. He declared for the draft after the team was projected to sign the top overall running back prospect in the country, Leonard Fournette, which they ultimately did.