The Buffalo Bills will host one of the draft's premier talents next week on a visit.
According to a report Friday from ESPN's Josina Anderson, Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams will make a pre-draft trip to Orchard Park.
— ig: josinaanderson (@JosinaAnderson) April 12, 2019
If the Bills want to get Williams on draft night, they might have to move up in the first round to do so.
He's thought to be a top-five talent -- a recent mock draft from CBS Sports' Pete Prisco has him going No. 1 overall -- after a season in which he was named a first-team All-American. Williams made 15 starts for coach Nick Saban, finishing with 70 tackles, including a team-leading 18.5 for loss. He also had seven sacks and a safety.
Williams would step into the three-technique defensive tackle position vacated by Kyle Williams' retirement.