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4 Players the Chiefs Must Target With the No. 32 Pick

Adonai Mitchell averaged 15.4 yards per catch this year for the Texas Longhorns
Adonai Mitchell averaged 15.4 yards per catch this year for the Texas Longhorns / Aaron E. Martinez/American-Statesman /
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4. Keon Coleman - WR, Florida State

Coleman is among the best in this entire draft class at making contested catches, routinely making highlight-reel snags en route to 18 TDs over his final two seasons with the Seminoles.

He's been a dream target of mine all year long, and I'd be thrilled to see the Chiefs bring Coleman on board, especially after missing out on George Pickens two years ago. With 12 punt returns for 300 yards this season, the 6'4" wideout is one of the more fluid athletes in the draft given his massive frame.

Given the Chiefs struggled so much with contested downfield catches, Coleman's profile is exactly what the offense is missing.

Rashee Rice and Kelce can take over the defense's attention on underneath routes while Coleman would provide a true game-changing threat capable of catching anything Mahomes throws his way.

Legitimate questions exist about Coleman's underlying analytical profile, but massive players who routinely make one-handed catches and can return punts don't grow on trees. I'm all the way in on Coleman and he deserves significant consideration with the Chiefs' No. 32-overall pick.


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