The Buffalo Bills took took Clemson's Shaq Lawson with their first round pick, but that doesn't mean they can't go after more defensive players in undrafted free agency period. The Miami RedHawks defensive end Bryson Albright signed a deal the Bills moments after the NFL Draft came to a close.
51 total tackles as a senior, 12.5 of those for loss (61 yards), Albright was a huge threat for offensive linemen. He got to the quarterback seven times in 2015, also made noise by defending four passes, taking an interception for 11 yards, and had a forced fumble.
The 6-foot-5 end was a Second Team All-MAC player as a senior, and played in every game dating back to his true freshman season in 2012, recording at least 50 tackles in each season since his sophomore year.