Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert and Arizona outside linebacker Brooks Reed both are in the house at One Bills Drive today, as the Buffalo Bills continue their visits with NFL Draft prospects. Gabbert figures to be among the top five picks in the draft. Reed is a candidate for the Bills with the 34th overall pick. He's expected to be taken early in the second round and could creep into the later part of the first round. Gabbert started two years at Missouri and went 18-8. His physical skills - he's 6-foot-4, 234 pounds and fast - are a bit more impressive than his production for the Tigers. Gabbert was timed at 4.61 seconds in the 40-yard dash, just a shade behind Auburn's Cam Newton, who was timed at 4.56. Reed had 17 sacks in 34 starts for Arizona. He had 6.5 as a senior. He will convert from college defensive end to 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL.