4 players who made the most of Buffalo Bills mandatory minicamp

Buffalo Bills Mandatory Minicamp
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Keon Coleman

There is plenty of concern about the wide receiver position after the team moved on from Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis without a clear replacement for either. The Bills definitely brought in plenty of options but it is going to be an open competition through much of training camp.

One player who has very high expectations is Keon Coleman, who the Bills drafted with the first pick in the second round. The former Florida State wide receiver has tremendous size and has been able to use that to his advantage during minicamp.

According to Alex Brasky, Coleman is able to 'play above the rim' and be that wide receiver who can go over defenders to make the catch for Josh Allen. The Bills haven't really had that kind of size at the position and a player like Coleman could help fill the void left with Diggs and Davis no longer on the team.

There will undoubtedly be a learning curve for the rookie, especially if he starts off really well and defenses start rolling more coverage his way. However, it is definitely exciting to see him already standing out in the early part of his first offseason in the NFL.