Tyree Jackson who led an explosive UB offense that keyed the schools best ever record in Division one has slipped all the way through the draft but was quickly signed as an UDFA by the Buffalo Bills.
The deal is reportedly good for $75,000
In his senior season, Jackson relied heavily on the deep ball, and it paid off as he totaled 3131 yards and 28 touchdowns. He was slowed a bit when his number one receiver, NFL probable WR Anthony Johnson was hurt, but he was still able to put up big numbers. Jackson has mobility and a strong arm and in what is seemingly a weak QB class, could be an interesting developmental player for one team.
Jackson was seen by man as a developmental project and while his measurable are a lot different than Bills Quarterback Josh Allen the style of play is not all that dissimilar.
If you want to follow their journey towards making an NFL game day roster keep reading Bull Run or head over to Buffalo Rumblings the home of the Bills on SBNation.