Bills tryout QB Kenny Guiton, who we profiled in our rookie minicamp practice notes on Sunday, is getting a ton of work being the only quarterback in the camp. It’s a far cry from being the backup at Ohio State. Guiton is soaking up as much as he can even though he’s got an awful lot on his plate over these three days of practices.
“It’s a lot to absorb, but at the same time I’m just trying to have fun,” Guiton told Buffalobills.com. “I’m trying to have fun with the guys around me. I’ve got a number four pick that I’m getting to throw to, some guys who have had great college careers. So I’m just trying to have fun. I’m usually a quick learner so I’m learning and just trying to go out and have fun.”
Guiton felt his timing with the receivers was improved on day two of the minicamp. He hit UB tryout player Fred Lee for a long scoring play that covered 50 yards during one-on-ones.
“That’s a big thing, timing with receivers and everything that’s a big thing just to look good. Especially with routes on air, you want to get it down,” he said. “Saturday I kind of got a feel for all the wideouts and they’re all good and they’re all athletes who can get the job done. So I was out there having fun getting them all down. Once I got them down in one-on-ones I think it showed and it was just pitch and catch.”
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