Continuing the trend of the past few weeks, the Buffalo Bills are seeing another draft eligible quarterback in a private workout setting. The Bills are working out USC quarterback Matt Barkley on Monday.

A four-year starter at one of the biggest programs in college football, Barkley threw for 12,327 yards, 116 touchdowns and 48 interceptions. There is much debate as to where the quarterback will ultimately land in the 2013 NFL Draft. Some believe he can go as high as the top half of the first round, and others say he'll fall out of the first round entirely.

Barkley is the fifth quarterback the Bills have held a private workout with, joining West Virginia's Geno Smith, Florida State's E.J. Manuel, Oklahoma's Landry Jones and Tennessee's Tyler Bray.

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