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Wide receiver star for FSU football is ranked second overall by NFL Draft analyst
In the NFL Draft, the former Seminole can be a value selection.
The 32 NFL teams searching for their next big star have red strings strung from player to player as they finalize their plans in advance of April 25th, the day of the 2024 NFL Draft.

Emerging Talent: Marvin Jones Jr. of FSU football is all Adam Fuller and Mike Norvell had hoped for.

Wide receiver Keon Coleman of Florida State has been the talk of the town following an incredible 2023 campaign. On Draft Night, Coleman is anticipated to be selected first. He was a one-and-done transfer from Michigan State, but after that, he stunned everyone with his spectacular catches and ability to make plays by leading the Seminoles in receiving yards (658) and touchdowns (11).

Analysts of the NFL Draft Field Yates and Mel Kiper offered their opinions on where Coleman should go. Prediction: With the No. 40 pick in the second round, the 6’3″, 213-pound native of Louisiana will join the Washington Commanders.

When clubs take a gamble and select a player a little higher in the draft, it sometimes works out and sometimes doesn’t. Take a look at previous selections; there are people that were steals where they went. But I believe Keon Coleman will go early in the second round,” Kiper stated. Although opinions on that matter are again divided, some people still believe he might go in the first. My stance is that you should just take him if he is a talented football player, which he is. Should he be entered in the first round if he ran 4.6? Before the Combine, I was informed that he would be selected in the second round if he performed well.

Coleman’s 4.61 40-yard sprint speed at the NFL Combine didn’t exactly wow everyone, but still

In the gauntlet drill, he was timed at the fastest wide receiver pace.

“I am wagering on the individual. The football player is unstoppable. “I think what matters most in the red zone is explosiveness,” remarked Host Field Yates. “The adaptability and size. He occasionally returned punts for Florida State. I have Keon Coleman covered. This seems like a fantastic value for the Commanders at pick number forty.”

In 2023, Coleman became the first player in FSU history to be named to the first team of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in three different categories: wide receiver, all-purpose player, and return specialist. Coleman, an All-American nominee, might be selected as a value choice, but it wouldn’t be shocking if he was selected early.

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