ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills continue adding depth to their offensive line by selecting Oregon guard Mark Asper in the sixth round of the NFL draft on Saturday.
Listed at 6-foot-7 and 325 pounds, Asper was picked 178th overall. He was a three-year starter, splitting time at both guard and tackle. He was part of a Ducks offense that ranked third in the nation in scoring and fifth in rushing last year. He becomes the third offensive linemen the Bills have drafted after selecting tackles Cordy Glenn in the second round and Zebrie Sanders in the fifth round.
The Bills have one pick left, 251st overall. Buffalo traded its 217th selection to Washington on Friday to move up two spots in the third round to select North Carolina State receiver T.J. Graham.
Asper allowed KVAL Sports to catch a glimpse of his family life last Fall.