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Posted by Chris Brown on May 8, 2015 – 9:43 am

They’re the long shots of long shots at NFL rookie minicamps this weekend. But here’s a small tidbit on each of Buffalo’s 11 tryout players participating this weekend at One Bills Drive in the team’s rookie minicamp.

WR Anthony Davis – (5-11, 190) – Widener – A dominant D-III wideout with almost 4,000 career receiving yards and 45 touchdowns.

RB Prince-Tyson Gulley – (5-8, 191) – Syracuse – Averaged more than five yards per carry in his college career and rushed for over 2,000 yards in his career.

S Darius Kelly – (5-9, 204) – Syracuse – 61 tackles, four PBUs, 1 INT, 1 FF in 2014 for the Orange.

RB Roderick McDowell – (5-9, 204) – Clemson – Last collegiate season was 2013 where he averaged 5.4 yards per carry while sharing the load in Tigers backfield.

CB Wes Miller – (5-9, 183) – UTEP – led Miners defense in tackles (74), solo stops (42) and interceptions (two), while tied for second with six pass breakups.

CB Reggie Owens – (5-11, 185) – Old Dominion – Two-year starter for Monarchs. Had four sacks, four forced fumbles and three interceptions in his college career.

LB TraVaughn Pascal – (6-2, 255) – Kentucky – An athletic player who has lined up at defensive end and linebacker in his college career. Pascal has dealt with abdominal and ankle injuries.

LS Sam Rodgers – (6-1, 244) – Syracuse – Team captain and member of ACC All-Academic team.

WR EJ Scott – (5-10, 186) – Wake Forest – Had a 4.55 40-time at his pro day, which included a 1.55 10-yard split, a 35 ½-inch vertical leap, 10-foot broad jump and 21 reps on the bench.

QB Austin Trainor – (6-2, 212) – West Georgia – Finished college career in 2013.

S Julius White – (5-9, 199) – Rice – Three-year starter who tied for the team lead with seven pass breakups in 2014.


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