Cornerback Kyle Fuller visits the Bills

Potential first-round pick. Jason Butt

Print This April 21, 2014, 04:19 PM EST

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The Buffalo Bills hosted a cornerback that has potentially become a first-round caliber prospect.

Former Virginia Tech standout Kyle Fuller took a visit to Buffalo on Monday to meet with the franchise. The Bills hold the ninth overall pick.

It could be a bit of a reach to take Fuller at ninth overall. But if there's a potential suitor willing to trade up, then perhaps the Bills could move back and take him, if he's the guy they're eyeing.

Fuller has a lot of traits to be excited about. He has a vertical leap of 38.5 inches and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.49 seconds at the NFL combine.

Fuller had a sports hernia and was limited to just eight games as a senior. He had two interceptions.

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