5 receivers at the NFL Combine the Buffalo Bills will want to draft

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Roman Wilson - Michigan

Romas Wilson is shorter than Coleman and Franklin but he brings excellent speed with a 4.37. He's only 6 foot and weighs 192 pounds. One thing you can expect to get from Wilson as well, is solid blocking skills. You don't play for Michigan and not learn to be a good run-blocker. NFLDraftbuzz.com has him projected as a third-round prospect. If Buffalo wanted to double up at the position, drafting in the first round and coming back in the third for Wilson, I would not have a problem with that.

NFLDraftbuzz gives him an 84.4 rating, ranking him 19th at the position and 81st overall. PFF graded him an 81.5, ranking him 15th among receivers and 73 overall. Last season with Michigan, Wilson recorded 45 receptions, 735 yards, and 12 touchdowns. The scoring production is good but he didn't put up big numbers. That can likely be attributed to Michigan's run-first philosophy.