4 receivers who should be a priority for Buffalo Bills after impressive NFL Combine

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The start of NFL Free Agency is only a couple of weeks away and it's anyone's guess whether the Buffalo Bills receivers Gabe Davis and Trent Sherfield will re-sign with the team. We also don't know if other receivers might become cap casualties, such as Deonte Harty. What we do know is that the NFL Combine is taking place as we speak in Indianapolis and Brandon Beane has been onsite all week observing potential future draft picks of the Buffalo Bills.

Another thing we know, at least we think we know, is the Bills will be drafting a wide receiver in the 2024 NFL Draft. I think that's a solid bet but where and who is anyone's guess? Even if Gabe Davis does decide to stay with Buffalo, I think the Bills take a receiver in this year's draft higher than they have in the Brandon Beane era. This isn't hard to do, considering the highest-drafted wide receiver of Beane's was the aforementioned Davis, who was drafted in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

There are receivers in this draft class that have already built a Bills fan base, most notably guys like Keon Coleman, who seems to have a love/hate relationship with Bills Mafia, to no fault of his own. I'll dive more into Coleman in an article I will write later. Some fans love Troy Franklin as well, to whom I'm not opposed. No, this article is about four receivers that the Buffalo Bills need to find a way to get at least one of them in the upcoming draft. These four put on a show at the NFL Combine and undoubtedly will move up several team's draft boards. I have my personal favorite of these four too, and I'll let you know when you get there.

These four receivers the Buffalo Bills should target early after impressive NFL Combine performances