The Buffalo Bills are looking at their options for a possible upgrade at offensive tackle.
On Thursday, they hosted one of the top tackles in the NFL Draft, Utah's Garett Bolles, The Buffalo News confirmed. ESPN's Adam Caplan first reported the visit.
The Bills are hardly locked in with a starter at right tackle. Jordan Mills is the incumbent and the front-runner for the job at the moment. Cyrus Kouandjio is among other competitors.
The 6-foot-5, 297-pound Bolles only played one season at Utah, where he transferred after one season at Snow College.
The Bills own the 10th overall pick, although most draft prognosticators see Bolles as a late first-round or early second-round choice. He would be someone the team could be targeting if it is able to trade down.