Bills sign four of their draft picks ahead of rookie minicamp

May 10, 2018 - 6:31 pm
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The Buffalo Bills have announced that they have signed four of their eight draft picks from the 2018 NFL Draft before the start of Bills rookie minicamp. The picks signed were safety Siran Neal, guard Wyatt Teller and wide receivers Ray-Ray McCloud III and Austin Proehl. 

The @buffalobills have signed the following draft picks to four-year deals:

S Siran Neal (Round 4, 154 overall)

G Wyatt Teller (Round 5, 166 overall)

WR Ray-Ray McCloud III (Round 6, 187 overall)

WR Austin Proehl (Round 7, 255 overall)

WR Austin Proehl (Round 7, 255 overall)

WR Ray-Ray McCloud III (Round 6, 187 overall)

G Wyatt Teller (Round 5, 166 overall)

S Siran Neal (Round 4, 154 overall)

The @buffalobills have signed the following draft picks to four-year deals:

— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) May 10, 2018

Neal was the second of two fourth round selections by the Bills out of Jacksonville State. Neal accumulated 191 tackles and three interceptions in 4 years at Jacksonville State.

Teller started 43 games in 4 years at Virginia Tech and was drafted by the Bills in the fifth round.

McCloud III was drafted in the sixth round with a specialty in the return game and versatility who scored 9 total touchdowns in his three seasons at Clemson. Proehl, drafted in the seventh round, totaled 1,265 yards in his four seasons at North Carolina, including 597 yards in his junior year.

Minicamp starts on Friday for the rookies. 

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