NFL Draft Hopeful Helps People At Buffalo New York Airport
An NFL draftee who was in town for a Top 30 visit with the Buffalo Bills ended up helping some residents at the airport.
According to a Tweet, a person who was at the Buffalo airport when the luggage carousel malfunctioned got some help from a future NFL player. Running back Isaiah Spiller apparently hopped on the carousel and started helping people get their luggage.
Spiller is on the Buffalo Bills' radar as he is one of the top running backs in this year's NFL draft.
Spiller played for Texas A&M and was named a first-team SEC player of the year in 2020 and a second-team SEC player of the year in 2021. Last season he ran for 1,011 yards and 6 touchdowns. He averaged 5.6 yards per carry.
Most draft experts think that Spiller could be drafted in the late second round or in the third round of this year's NFL draft. He is expected to become an NFL started in two or three years.
The NFL draft is coming up on April 28th in Las Vegas.
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