The Bills are scheduled to host Maryland wide receiver D.J. Moore on a pre-draft visit, according to Tony Pauline from NFLDraftAnalyst.com.
Pauline reports that Moore, whom he describes as "fast rising," is also scheduled to visit the New England Patriots.
Moore would be the second wide receiver reported to have had a top 30 visit with the Bills, joining LSU's DJ Chark.
Moore "was very productive for Maryland and has enough pass-catching skill to be a third wideout early in his NFL career then develop into a number two with proper coaching and development," Pauline wrote in his scouting report.
Moore, listed at 6-2 and 210 pounds, ran 4.42 in the 40-yard dash at the Scouting Combine.
He was a three-year starter and led the Big Ten in receiving yards with 1,033 last season as a junior. He set the school single-season record with 80 receptions and had eight touchdowns. In his career, he had 146 catches for 2,027 yards with 17 touchdowns.
Teams have until Wednesday to finish top 30 visits at their facilities.