---Nick Robinson, 6-5, 285, OT, Baldwinsville – Robinson, pictured above digging into some wings, was the Syracuse Post-Standard Player of the Year after totaling 80 tackles and seven sacks, but the Bulls project him as an OT.
“I’m having a good time and everyone meshes together well,’’ Robinson said during the Bulls basketball game against Green Bay. “This is my first official visit so Buffalo is looking good.’’
Robinson said he’s also being recruited by Western Michigan, Syracuse University and Villanova. He added he’ll make a decision sometime in January.
---Wyatt Cahill, 6-5, 280, DT, Scottsdale Community College – Would be a mid-year transfer if he commits to UB, meaning he would be ready for spring practice. Committed to Army out of high school.
---Dillon Guy, 6-5, 290, OT, Montreal – According to the Canadian-based website Next Level Football, Guy is scheduled to visit Virginia in the coming weeks.
---Jim Walsh, 6-5, 251, OT, Howell, Mich. – According to Rivals.com, Walsh has received interest from Central Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and Toledo among others.
Also on campus this weekend are Depew offensive lineman John Kling and Maryland linebacker Khari Brown, who previously verbally committed to UB. The Bulls will have approximately 20 prospects on campus next weekend.
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