The Bills have a host of more pressing needs, but with just four wideouts currently on their roster, the receiver position will need some reinforcements from somewhere.
Later in the draft could be one means of addressing the position. One small school prospect that has generated a lot of attention of late is Youngstown State’s Donald Jones. A 6’1″ 210-pound wideout, Jones was very productive for the Penguins racking up 77 receptions for 790 yards and 6 TDs.
Though the Bills were not at his pro day on Monday with six other NFL clubs they did interview Jones at the NFL combine. That according to Scout.com.
Jones had a good combine workout, running a 4.49, leaping 41 inches and pumping out 20 reps on the bench, which was among the best at the receiver position. He’s viewed as a possible late round pick or priority free agent.
The other NFL teams that showed up at his pro day according to Scout.com were the Browns, Steelers, Ravens, Colts, Rams and Lions.
Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, Donald Jones
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