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Player Outlook
Coleman is worthy of a selection as early as Round 9 in full PPR redraft leagues. The rookie has a great opportunity in Buffalo with both Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis departing. Coleman will battle Dalton Kincaid, Khalil Shakir, and Curtis Samuel for targets, with the winner providing a massive value at whatever their ADP is. Coleman has the best combination of size and speed in the receiving corps and should see regular snaps starting early in the season. While he didn't post huge numbers in college, he did outproduce Jayden Reed at Michigan State in 2022, when Coleman was just 20 years old. If he earns Josh Allen's trust he has a chance to produce like a top-20 wide receiver this season. In Dynasty leagues, we prefer Coleman in Round 2, but in a one-quarterback league you can start considering him as early as No. 10 overall.

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  • Bills' Keon Coleman: Inks rookie deal with Buffalo

    Coleman signed a four-year rookie contract Wednesday, Alec White of the Bills' official site reports. Coleman, selected 33rd overall in April, has a good chance to be the team's No. 1 or No. 2 receiver right out of the gate, as the Bills lack a proven guy in the entire wideout corps after trading away Stefon Diggs and not re-signing Gabe Davis during the offseason. The Bills now have all 10 of their 2024 picks signed to deals.
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  • Bills' Keon Coleman: Buffalo bound to start Round 2

    The Bills selected Coleman in the second round of the 2024 NFL Draft, 33rd overall. Buffalo came into Round 2 desperately needing a receiver and had several options available. Ultimately, it landed on Coleman, a big-bodied target out of Florida State and a polarizing prospect among draft analysts. His production was mediocre in 2023 apart from 11 TDs, with 7.3 yards per target and a 55 percent catch rate despite playing in an efficient FSU offense. A 4.61 40 didn't help his draft stock, but that's doesn't mean Coleman can't play -- he outproduced Jayden Reed in 2022 as a 19-year-old sophomore at Michigan State. Coleman is at his best when he's playing above the rim and using his 6-foot-3 frame and 38-inch vertical to box out smaller defenders. That profile was much-needed in Buffalo after losing both Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis this offseason. Coleman projects as a starter right away for the Bills, and while he lacks explosive speed, he complements a position group that otherwise features quicker, smaller wideouts like Khalil Shakir and Curtis Samuel.
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