Bills Agree to Terms With Undrafted FB Viti http://www.buffalobills.com/news/news.jsp?news_id=6045 With Bills offensive coordinator Turk Schonert re-introducing a true fullback to the offensive scheme, Buffalo had some additions to make to the roster. They already have Jonathan Evans who served on the practice squad last year, and they signed veteran free agent Darian Barnes. Earlier this week they also agreed to terms with undrafted Army fullback Mike Viti. Provided he passes his physical later this week, Viti will officially sign with the club before rookie minicamp this weekend. A fullback in every sense of the word, Viti was known for his body-jolting blocks at West Point. Blessed with a low center of gravity, Viti is a very effective lead blocker through the hole. "He's a good blocker between the tackles," said Bills Coordinator of College Scouting Doug Majeski. "He's a classic isolation fullback that will go up there and hit somebody in line." At his pro day Viti ran a 4.86 40-time and had a vertical leap of 31 inches. His most impressive number was the bench press where he put up 225 pounds 34 times. Only three fullbacks in the last nine years at the NFL combine have put up more reps than Viti. "There is no place left for him to get any bigger," said Majeski of the muscle-bound Viti. "It's funny because you can see even in pads that his legs have muscles, his torso has muscles. Everything is muscle on him. Sometimes you scout a kid and write that he could be a little bigger up top, but he can't get any bigger." Though he has a history of knee problems, which included a surgery after his sophomore season, Viti never missed a game in his college career. What's most impressive about Viti is his lofty status at West Point. "He's the third-highest ranked cadet in the corps of cadets," said Majeski. "He's in charge of 1,000 cadets. He's a top flight leader that has a bright future in the military. He's very smart in school and football. A tremendous work ethic." And that ranking earned him the complete respect of his teammates. "Everyone on the team voted for him as captain and they have the biggest roster in college football," said Majeski. "He had every vote." Now Viti will see if he can win over Dick Jauron and the Bills offensive staff this spring.