Buffalo Bills pick WR Keon Coleman in Round 2 of 2024 NFL Draft. Everything you need to know

Florida State wide receiver Keon Coleman has been picked No. 33 overall by the Buffalo Bills in the 2024 NFL Draft.

He played this past season at FSU, transferring from Michigan State where he played from 2021 to 2022.

Here’s everything you need to know about Coleman.

Keon Coleman height and weight

Coleman was measured at 6-foot-3-inches and 213 pounds at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Keon Coleman college, hometown

Coleman played this past season at FSU, transferring from Michigan State where he played from 2021 to 2022.

He is from Opelousas, Louisiana and attended Opelousas Catholic School.

Keon Coleman college stats, highlights

Coleman entered the Draft as one of the top wide receiver prospects. This past season, with FSU, he recorded 658 yards receiving on 50 receptions and 11 touchdowns.

That was fresh off his sophomore season at Michigan State where he had 798 yards receiving on 58 receptions and seven touchdowns.

Over his college career, he’s amounted to 1,506 yards receiving on 115 receptions and 19 touchdowns.

He was the most dynamic and exciting player for FSU this past season. Coleman has incredible athleticism and has made some insane catches off the arms of multiple Seminole quarterbacks.

It’s almost hard to break down what has been the most exciting Coleman moment this season. He scored three touchdowns in his FSU debut, which was a 45-24 win over No. 5 LSU.

He fully heralded a Southern Miss defender in a win over the Golden Eagles, 66-13.

Against Syracuse, he made an unbelievable one-handed reception over a defender in a 41-3 win over Syracuse.

However, he etched his name in FSU lore after he made a leaping touchdown reception in overtime against Clemson in Death Valley, giving the Seminoles a 31-24 win.

Coleman has proven himself to be one of the most impressive athletes in this draft.

Keon Coleman NFL Combine results

40-yard dash – 4.62 seconds (1.54 10-yard split)

Bench press (225 pounds) – Did not participate

Vertical jump – 38 inches

Broad jump – 10-feet-7 inches

3-cone drill – did not participate

Shuttle run – did not participate

Jack Williams covers Florida State athletics for Tallahassee Democrat. Contact him via email at jwilliams@tallahassee.com or on X @jackgwilliams.

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