Bills Draft Scouts in Town to Work on the Board for April

The draft board for the Bills is underway, as the teams official site says that the teams scouts are already in town to start putting the board together.

The Bills college scouting department has descended on One Bills Drive this week as their draft board preparations are now underway.

Under the direction of GM Buddy Nix and Vice President of College Scouting Tom Modrak, Buffalo’s scouting department is putting together their initial draft board.

“It typically takes about two weeks,” Modrak told Buffalobills.com.

That will take them right up until the NFL Combine in Indianapolis where they will obviously be able to gather a lot more info on the junior eligibles and tie up any other loose ends that may be out there. Then the final tweaks and changes will be made to the board later on in March and April.


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