BUFFALO, N.Y. — Bills offensive tackle Jordan Mills ranked 43rd among NFL tackles last season, according to Pro Football Focus.
PFF also says offensive tackle Tyrell Crosby didn't allow a one sack or a QB hit at Oregon last year — so he looks like a solid option if brought in to compete with Mills at right tackle.
While certainly there's room for Crosby to improve, he's picking things out on his own.
"They really haven't told me much, but me personally, I think I can just work on pad level, which any o-lineman can say that," Crosby said.
Crosby's a mauler; standing 6 foot 5, 325 lbs. He earned First-team PAC-12 honors as a senior, being named the conference offensive lineman of the year along the way. Crosby's quickness could use improvement, but he has versatility, having started two years at right and two years at left tackle, and is even open to moving inside.
"Everything's just like a mirror image of it, really," Crosby said. "People think it's pretty easy to switch over, but you're learning new footwork. Well same footwork, different feet, so it's pretty difficult."
Crosby's looking like a day-two selection at the draft.
Check back with Spectrum News as we continue our Prospect Profile series Thursday by in the trenches with Alabama defensive tackle De'Ron Payne.