Could the Giants land this athletic wide receiver in Round 2?

Could the Giants land this athletic wide receiver in Round 2?.

Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Keon Coleman (4) runs the ball for a touchdown during the first half against the Louisiana State Tigers at Camping World Stadium (Giants prospect)

Keon Coleman, a wide receiver for FSU, was formerly thought to be a top-15 draft choice. Coleman is now thought to be a day-two selection, albeit his stock has recently declined. Coleman might be one of the best choices if the Giants decide to select a wide receiver in the second round.

Coleman’s initial excitement has subsided with his underwhelming 4.61-second 40-yard sprint time at the Combine.

However, Coleman’s performance in the receiving gauntlet drill was noteworthy, even with the unimpressive forty time. During the gauntlet drill, Coleman recorded the slowest forty time (4.61 seconds), but he also hit the highest speed of his group (20.36 mph), according to Next Gen Stats.
Coleman has exceptional game speed;

yet, game speed differs from workout pace. Though he had little success in college, the 6-foot-3, 213-pound wideout has the height and speed combination to be a threat at the next level (50 receptions, 658 yards, and 11 touchdowns in 2023). By selecting Coleman in Round 2, the Giants would be improving the bulk and agility of their receiving group.

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