The Buffalo Bills are doing their homework on draft eligible prospects, and now we can add another name to the list. In an appearance on Sirius XM, Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones said that he has a pre-draft workout and visit lined up with the Bills.
This is the third quarterback in the draft that the Bills have shown significant interest in. Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott will make a pre-draft visit according to NFL.com, and the Bills have already spoken with Stanford's Kevin Hogan on several occasions.
Over three seasons, Jones threw for 2,448 yards, 16 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 23 total games. After being named the starter at the beginning of the 2015 season, Jones was benched midway through the season for inconsistent play.
At this point, Jones is viewed as a late Day Two to early Day Three player in the 2016 NFL Draft.