ESPN draft analyst ranks two Buffalo Bills draft selections in the top 100

The Buffalo Bills had a solid draft, addressing several needs, as they came away with ten new players. ESPN's draft analyst Matt Miller ranked two of them in his top 100 picks of the 2024 NFL Draft.
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The Buffalo Bills welcomed ten new players to the roster over the past weekend, and fans hope the Bills hit this one out of the park. Addressing the need for new talent and depth, the Bills' draft haul has the potential to significantly improve the roster. Time will tell how good this group will be, but that doesn't stop analysts and fans from making rankings and predictions.

This includes ESPN's draft analyst Matt Miller, who ranked his top 100 draft picks. he included two players the Bills selected, one of which may not surprise you, but the other might. There is also one that's not on this list, but maybe should be. At number 31, wide receiver Keon Coleman made the list, just ahead of receivers Brian Thomas Jr. and Roman Wilson. Miller said, "...with his size and post-up ability, he's exactly what Buffalo and quarterback Josh Allen wanted."

In the early going, Coleman's charisma and energy have taken Bills Mafia and the national media by storm. If he is even close to as successful on the field, he could be a superstar in this league. Bills fans are certainly hoping for this, and he could become the first receiver since Terell Owens to be given a key to the city.

Coleman wasn't the only Bills pick to make this last, with center Sedrick Van-Pran Granger coming in at number 55 on Miller's list. Miller had high praise for Granger too saying, "He's a powerful, easy-moving center with a boatload of SEC experience (44 starts)." Can Granger come in and earn the starting role at center? Maybe, and if he does, what does that mean for guard David Edwards? I don't think the Bills offensive line is 100 percent set and it's the one position group that I have the most concern for heading towards the 2024 NFL season.