Buffalo Bills needs to avoid this WR prospect at all costs after 2024 NFL Combine

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The Buffalo Bills are going to be looking at a number of wide receivers in the 2024 NFL Draft and thankfully for them, this position group is very deep. This means that the Bills probably can find a perfect fit for what they need on almost every day of the NFL Draft.

It is expected that Gabe Davis will leave in free agency and the Bills may have to cut Deonte Harty to create needed cap space.

The one thing that the offense really can use is a true deep threat that won't allow teams to play two deep safeties and keep the play in front of them. The Bills didn't have a true speed threat that could get over the top and capitalize on Josh Allen's big arm.

A player like that might be Xavier Worthy, who set a Combine record with a 40-yard dash time of 4.21 seconds. While this measure isn't the only indicator of game speed, it usually has a strong correlation.

Buffalo Bills should avoid Keon Coleman in 2024 NFL Draft because he doesn't fit their need

One player who is expected to be drafted late in the first round, or early second round is former Florida State wide receiver Keon Coleman. He has a lot of qualities that teams are going to like and is a big wide receiver at 6'3" and 213 pounds which will allow him to be a force in the red zone.

However, the Buffalo Bills should avoid Coleman because he doesn't have great speed and separation. He is not going to be able to test secondaries deep and the Bills are going to find themselves in a similar situation to last year where they don't have that big play receiver.

It will not be surprising if Keon Coleman is drafted somewhere around the Bills' first round pick but it shouldn't be Buffalo that calls his name in April.