2023 NFL draft: Bills have top-30 visit with Florida’s Gervon Dexter

The Buffalo Bills have interest in using the 2023 NFL draft to add to their defensive line ranks.

According to a report, Buffalo has had a pre-draft visit with Florida defensive lineman Dexter Gervon:

Each NFL team is allocated a certain amount of pre-draft visits and meetings with prospects. If the Bills did have one with Gervon, this indicates some legitimate interest in him.

A junior, Gervon played in 13 games for Florida in 2022. He notched 55 tackles, including four for loss, with another four sacks.

Many scouting reports do agree that Gervon has ideal size for the NFL. He is listed at 6-foot-6 and 310 pounds. However, the draft stock for him is a bit more of a mixed bag.

Teams could consider him a first-round prospect as indicated in the report, but draft outlets do not. Both Pro Football Focus and The Draft Network consider him a mid-round selection.

But PFF does add that he is a versatile defensive tackle that can play nearly any role in the trenches. The Bills covet that in nearly all players they add.


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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire