5 players the Buffalo Bills could target in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft

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Keon Coleman - wide receiver

Per Pro Football Focus, Keon Coleman is the fourth highest-rated wide receiver and is projected somewhere in the 15 - 20 range in round one. Based on how things are going right now with the Bills, Buffalo may be picking in this range in next year's draft. Coleman would be a terrific addition to the Bills offense that has started to take off again under interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady. With the uncertainty of Gabe Davis's future with the team, it would make sense to go wide receiver in round one.

Coleman is a big, physical receiver who attacks the football and is known for being a master of the contested catch. PFF gave him a grade of 73.4. He's 6'4" and weighs 215 pounds. Coleman has recorded 46 receptions this season, with 639 yards and an impressive 11 touchdowns. He also has zero drops with 80 targets on the season.