The 2022 undrafted free agent class’ reveal is nearly complete. The Bills became the latest team to unveil their UDFA contingent.
- Alec Anderson, T (UCLA)
- Raheem Blackshear, RB (Virginia Tech)
- Travon Fuller, CB (Tulsa)
- Kingsley Jonathan, DE (Syracuse)
- Derek Kerstetter, G (Texas)
- Tanner Owen, T (Northwest Missouri State)
- Neil Pau’u, WR (BYU)
- Malik Williams, WR (Appalachian State)
- Jalen Wydermyer, TE (Texas A&M)
Once viewed as a potential early- or mid-round draftee, Wydermeyer fell to the UDFA level despite forgoing his senior season with the Aggies. The 6-foot-3 tight end caught 40 passes for a career-high 515 yards and four touchdowns as a junior and was a regular in the SEC program’s offense in each of his three College Station seasons — each ending in second-team All-SEC acclaim.
Fuller spent time as Wydermeyer’s teammate, transferring to Tulsa after four seasons with Texas A&M. Kerstetter started at four O-line positions (all but left tackle), while Anderson spent most of his Bruins career at right tackle. Owen started all 52 career games at Northwest Missouri State, one of Division II’s top programs. Blackshear spent three seasons at Rutgers and two at Virginia Tech; he led the Hokies in rushing (757 yards, six touchdowns) last season.