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Keon Coleman

Keon Coleman

WR - Buffalo Bills

Height: 6' 4"Weight: 215 lbsAge: 21College: Florida State

2024 Outlook

Strength of Schedule
WR Rank: 26th (hard)
Draft Rank (ECR) #129
Best / Worst #93 / #265
ADP #127

Roster %


Keon Coleman, a second-round pick for the Buffalo Bills, boasts impressive physical attributes at 6'4" and 215 lbs, fitting the mold of an outside X-receiver. His collegiate career showcased consistent improvement, highlighted by a notable junior year at Florida State with 50 receptions, 658 yards, and 11 touchdowns. Despite his youth, Coleman demonstrated dominance, outperforming future NFL prospect Jayden Reed in key metrics. With the Bills, he enters a favorable situation with a talented quarterback and opportunities to rise in the depth chart, setting the stage for a promising start to his NFL journey.

Coleman relies upon being a catch-point bully. Coleman is saved at the catch point by his ridiculous wing span and strong hands. He is adept at corralling high-point balls but doesn't display the ability to adjust well to low throws or passes that might be behind him, which hinders me from saying that he has a huge catch radius. It also has to be stated that he dealt with poor ball placement from his quarterbacks in 2023. He has a lot of rounded routes, lacking suddenness and nuance on his ledger. Coleman doesn't display the route running or release package skill set at this juncture to look at him as a consistent separator off the line or during his stem. Corners have no issues hanging with him on most routes. He doesn't have the raw speed to stack corners, but he flashes strong ball tracking downfield. Coleman should translate as a red zone weapon to the NFL. With his size and high point skills, that should be an avenue of usage from Day 1. He also boxes out defenders well, like a power forward going up for a rebound. He's not a consistent YAC threat. Coleman doesn't have the quick twitch or raw speed to do a ton after the catch with screens. He can break tackles, though, simply because of his upper body strength, especially against smaller defenders.