For the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League, Mike Love plays defensive end in American football. He is 1.91 m tall and 116 kg in weight. He was a Countryside High School student. He was a standout defensive end for the Cougars and was considered a three-star prospect by numerous recruiting agencies, but owing to his academic difficulties, many prestigious colleges lost interest in him.
He ultimately decided over offers from schools including Arizona, Indiana, Iowa State, Louisville, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, and West Virginia in favor of signing with the nearby University of South Florida (USF) to play college football. For the South Florida Bulls football squad at the University, he played collegiate football.
In 32 games, he recorded 64 tackles, 18.5 for a loss, 8.5 sacks, and one forced fumble throughout his college career. In 2016 he earned a bachelor’s in criminology, and in 2018 he earned a master’s in entrepreneurship. He joined the Buffalo Bills in April 2018 as an undrafted free agent. At the conclusion of training camp, the team released him, then in September 2018, they re-signed him to their practice squad.
For the team’s week 17 matchup against the Miami Dolphins in January 2021, he was added to the active roster; however, he was later moved back to the practice squad. He agreed to a reserves/futures contract with the Bills in January 2021.
When Was Mike Love Drafted?
Mike Love was undrafted in 2018 but the Buffalo Bills signed him into their team as an undrafted free agent.