After signing the majority of their draft class, the Bills announced the signing of eight undrafted rookies yesterday:
- Trey Adams, OT (Washington)
- Ike Brown, CB (FIU)
- Reggie Gilliam, FB (Toledo)
- Marquel Harrell, G (Auburn)
- Garrett Taylor, S (Penn State)
- Josh Thomas, S (Appalachian State)
- Brandon Walton, OT (FAU)
- Antonio Williams, RB (North Carolina)
The two undrafted safeties bring plenty of accolades. Thomas had 72 tackles as an All-Sun Belt selection for Appalachian State last year, while Taylor was an All-Big Ten honorable mention at Penn State.
During his first few years at Washington, Adams was projected to be an eventual Day 2 pick. However, the lineman was limited to only 10 games between the 2017 and 2018 seasons, although he was able to return for 12 games in 2019.
Gilliam has been touted for his blocking and special teams ability, a pair of attributes that you’d generally want from your fullback. The rookie will be competing with Patrick DiMarco, who agreed to a pay cut earlier this offseason.