Source: Buffalo Bills interested in Oklahoma State safety Tre Flowers
NFL teams are beginning to sit down with potential NFL Draft prospects and find out if this player will be a fit on their team and with their scheme. Over the weekend at the East-West Shrine Game, this was the first legitimate opportunity for NFL teams to sit down and ‘interview’ or have ‘meetings’ with prospects.
Sources close to MFST were on hand for the game this past Saturday in St. Petersburg, FL and got to witness which teams were talking with certain prospects.
The Buffalo Bills had a long meeting with Oklahoma State safety Tre Flowers.
Safety is not high on the list of team needs for the Bills, but Flowers figures to be a Day 3 pick and could provide much-needed depth for the Bills secondary.
Flowers, a member of the East squad had a pretty uneventful game (as did most of the East squad), but he did impress in practice. His full measurements are below from the East-West weigh-in.
|Tre Flowers||S||32||Oklahoma State||8 1/8||34||80||6-3 1/4||193|
Get to know Tre Flowers
- 2015 Second Team Academic All-Big 12
- 2016 Second-Team All-Big 12 (Coaches)
- 2016 Barry Sanders Award (Most contribution with the least recognition)
- Flowers finished the regular season as a 2017 All-Big 12 First Team selection by the coaches and was one of the key leaders of the Cowboy defense.
- Long, rangy and productive safety–had more career tackles (267) than any other member of the defense in 2017
- Led the team as a junior in pass breakups (7)
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