Buffalo Bills: Top 5 targets in first round of NFL Draft after start of free agency

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4. Keon Coleman — Wide Receiver, Florida State

Let's continue the run on athletic freaks, shall we?

Florida State's Keon Coleman is far from the most polished receiver, but he has quite the highlight reel, boasting arguably the best hands in this year's draft. Coleman ran an underwhelming 4.61-second 40-yard dash at the NFL draft, but scouts are more interested in his game speed anyways. During the infamous gauntlet drill, Coleman barely broke stride as he navigated through the airfield of footballs that were coming his way — and he caught each one.

At only 20 years old, Coleman has a long way to go when it comes to being a perfect route runner. But sometimes it doesn't matter for Coleman because he can climb the ladder to make a play on the ball.

Not to mention, he's definitely a boundary receiver.

After signing Curtis Samuel to a three-year contract on Thursday evening, the Bills have solidified the slot position in their wide receiver room with Samuel and Khalil Shakir. But they haven't found another player to consistently line up across from Stefon Diggs, and Coleman could be that player.

After watching their wide receivers drop multiple deep passes from quarterback Josh Allen in the divisional round, the Bills would be smart to fix that problem by adding a sure-handed pass catcher.