With exactly a month to go until the NFL Draft gets underway in New York City, the Buffalo Bills continue to make use of their allotment of pre-draft visits. The last being with one of the top available offensive lineman in this year’s class.
According to Joe Buscaglia of WGR550, the Bills will have former Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews in town Tuesday night for dinner and a visit.
Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews is supposed to have dinner with the #Bills tonight, per a league source.
— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) April 8, 2014
Matthews is expected to be a top-1o pick in next month’s draft after a successful career with the Aggies. With 46 career starts under his belt, Matthews moved to left tackle for the 2013 season after Luke Joeckel left for the NFL after the 2012 season.
He is the 11th of an allowed 30 pre-draft visits for the Bills.
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