The Bills hold the ninth overall pick in the draft. For the third time in seven years, the Bills could be using a top-11 pick on a cornerback.
According to Mike Rodak of ESPN.com, Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller is visiting the Bills on Monday. This comes after the Bills traveled to Blacksburg to work Fuller out.
Whether it’s Fuller or someone else, the Bills have now used five of their 30 pre-draft visits on the cornerback position.
Two years ago, the Bills used the 10th overall pick on cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Four years earlier, Leodis McKelvin became a Bill via the eleventh overall pick. Both are still on the team.