Pitt center Ryan Turnley will reportedly sign as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Bills. The Trib's Jerry DiPaola broke the news that according to Turnley's agent, the center is headed to the team. The move was also reported by this Bills Draft site as well as this site, for what it's worth.
Turnley was one of the few Pitt players with an outside shot to be selected, but he wasn't taken.
He's an interesting case. Turnley started at guard and moved to center almost out of necessity. What's more is that he did a good job from the start and in his first season there, was named All Big East second team. His versatility is one reason that he likely drew some interest. He held the center spot for the past two seasons.
The Bills didn't draft any offensive linemen, so it will be interesting to see how many they bring in as free agents. Buffalo's offensive line helped pave the way for the sixth best rushing attack last season.