Bradley Roby is available for the 2014 NFL Draft and the Buffalo Bills appear to be one team looking strongly at the corner back from Ohio State. He was the first defensive player the Bills visited prior to the draft, when they only spent time with 4 individuals. We discovered the visit when Jim Wyatt at Wyatt Sports reported it late last week. According to the source, Roby is also planning on visiting Tennessee, Pittsburgh, New York (the Jets), and San Diego.
Roby also visited with the Bills on OSU’s Pro draft day in March. Roby showed incredible speed in his Pro draft appearances, running a 4.39 at the NFL combine. He has decent size for the position and was a starter for the Buckeyes for the past three years. OSU is known for producing talented defensive backs. At this time many consider him to be a 2nd round selection with the possibility of being picked up early in the 1st round of the draft.
Other players visiting with the Bills include NC tight end Eric Ebron, WR from Indiana Cody Latimer, and Baylor tailback Lache Seastrunk.