The Bills came to terms with 10 undrafted rookies from the 2022 NFL Draft class. Here's some information on the newest Buffalo Bills.
OL Alec Anderson – 6-5, 305 – UCLA – Throughout his collegiate career, Anderson started twenty games at right tackle and saw some time at guard. He helped the Bruins' offensive attack average over 200 rushing yards per game in back-to-back seasons.
RB Raheem Blackshear – 5-9, 198 - Virginia Tech - The 2022 Hula Bowl Invitee and All-ACC Third Team selection was one of four Power Five running backs with more than 1,000 career rushing yards and 1,000 career receiving yards. Blackshear spent three years at Rutgers before transferring to VT in 2020. Throughout his five years in college, the running back racked up 1,912 rushing yards, 14 rushing touchdowns, 123 receptions for 1,213 receiving yards, and seven receiving touchdowns.
CB Travon Fuller – 6-1, 180 - Tulsa – Fuller played four years at Texas A&M before transferring to Tulsa in 2021. Throughout his four-year collegiate career, Fuller racked up 62 total tackles, six TFLs, three interceptions, 10 pass break ups, and one fumble recovery.
DE Kingsley Jonathan – 6-4, 260 - Syracuse – The Syracuse graduate was one of the team's most influential pass rushers. In 2020, Jonathan was the Jim Tatum Award Winner for being the ACC's top senior football student-athlete. He was also named to the All-ACC Academic team in 2019 and 2020. In 56 games, the pass rusher tallied 101 total tackles, 21.5 TFLs, 15 sacks, three forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries.
OL Derek Kerstetter – 6-5, 310 - Texas – Kerstetter played in 58 games with 49 starts throughout college and was selected to the AP All-Big 12 second team in 2021. At Texas, Kerstetter showed his versatility by starting games at right tackle, right guard, center, and left guard.
OL Tanner Owen – 6-5, 292 - Northwest Missouri State – The two-time First-team All MIAA selection and D2CCA First-Team All-American started all 52 games of his collegiate career. Owen never missed a single game and was a part of the 2021 Bearcat offense that ranked 13th in the nation in total offense (457.5 yards per game).
WR Neil Pau'u – 6-4, 215 – BYU – The receiver started in 10 games for BYU in 2021. Despite a season-ending injury in the 10th game, Pau'u still finished the season as the team's leader in receptions with 46 for 526 yards and six touchdowns.
WR Malik Williams – 5-10, 185 – Appalachian State - Williams earned All-Sun Belt recognition in each of his final three seasons. He finished his collegiate career among the Appalachian St. leaders in receiving yards (5th - 2,382), receptions (5th – 190), and receiving touchdowns (T-7th – 17). Williams also contributed to special teams as a kick/punt returner.
TE Jalen Wydermyer – 6-5, 255 - Texas A&M – The three-time All-SEC second team selection (2019,2020,2021) played in 35 games throughout his time at Texas A&M. The tight end had 118 career receptions for 1,468 yards and 16 receiving touchdowns. Was named a John Mackey Award (CFB's most outstanding tight end) finalist in 2020. In 2021, Wydermyer ranked second among league tight ends in receiving yards and was second on the team in receiving touchdowns.