The Buffalo Bills continue to stay busy with pre-draft visits.
According to a tweet from NBC Sports' Josh Norris, the Bills hosted Southern California pass rusher Uchenna Nwosu on a visit Wednesday.
Nwosu, 6-foot-3 and 251 pounds, had 9.5 sacks in 2017 in his second season as a starter. He's projected as a third- or fourth-round pick by nfl.com. He played outside linebacker for the Trojans, but projects as a designated pass rusher in the NFL.
The Bills have made several moves to improve at defensive end behind Jerry Hughes and Shaq Lawson, including the addition of Trent Murphy in free agency.
Teams are permitted to bring up to 30 prospects to their facility for a pre-draft visit. The Bills have reportedly hosted (or are scheduled to host) 13 players so far: Nwosu, San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny, Miami defensive tackle RJ McIntosh, Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph, UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen, LSU cornerback Donte Jackson, Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward, Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith, Boise State linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, Iowa cornerback Josh Jackson, LSU receiver D.J. Chark and BYU linebacker Fred Wagner.