The Bills will have a voluntary veteran minicamp prior to the 2013 NFL draft, a luxury afforded to first-year head coaches in the league. It will take place from April 16th to the 18th and Buffalo has reportedly invited a young free agent defensive tackle to participate.
According to NFLDraftZone.com, DT Randy Colling has accepted the invitation to participate in the Bills minicamp next month. Colling is a Division II product out of Gannon University. Colling (6’4″ 307) has worked out for a handful of teams over they past calendar year and was in minicamps with the Giants and Jets last year as a tryout player, so defensive coordinator Mike Pettine and defensive line coach Anthony Weaver (both with the Jets in 2012) presumably have some measure of familiarity with him.
Here’s a look at his exploits at Gannon University, he’s playing nose tackle wearing jersey number 96.
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