Terps running back Jake Funk talks about his two touchdowns in Saturday’s Red-White spring game. (Don Markus / Baltimore Sun)

The Buffalo Bills are scheduled to host Maryland wide receiver DJ Moore on a predraft visit, according to Tony Pauline from NFLDraftAnalyst.com.

Pauline reports that Moore, whom he describes as "fast rising," is also scheduled to visit the New England Patriots.

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Moore would be the second wide receiver reported to have had a top-30 visit with the Bills, joining LSU's DJ Chark.

After record-breaking season, Maryland receiver DJ Moore announces he's turning pro

Maryland wide receiver DJ Moore, who set a single-season school record for receptions in 2017, said hearing that he could be as high as a second-round pick validated his decision.

Moore "was very productive for Maryland and has enough pass-catching skill to be a third wideout early in his NFL career then develop into a number two with proper coaching and development," Pauline wrote in his scouting report.

Moore, listed at 6 feet 2 and 210 pounds, ran the 40-yard dash in 4.42 seconds at the scouting combine.

He was a three-year starter and led the Big Ten in receiving yards with 1,033 last season as a junior. He set the school single-season record with 80 receptions and had eight touchdowns. In his career, he had 146 catches for 2,027 yards with 17 touchdowns.

Teams have until Wednesday to finish top-30 visits at their facilities.

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