Two former FSU football Stars selected in the first round of NFL Mock Draft

WR Keon Coleman and cornerback Jared Verse are expected to enter Florida State with first round pick Jermaine Johnson in 2022.

O NFL mock draft has two former Florida State football players selected in the first round, according to 33 teams. Wide receiver Keon Coleman and cornerback Jared Verse were assigned to the Florida team.

   The Jacksonville Jaguars selected Coleman with the 17th pick in the latest NFL draft. He was selected over the University of Washington’s Rome Odunze (No. 9, Chicago Bears), LSU’s Malik Nabers (No. 6, New York Giants) and Marvin Harrison Jr. of Ohio State. He was drafted ahead of other wide receivers. (No. 4 Arizona Cardinals)

The quarterback was selected by the Miami Dolphins with the 24th overall pick in the latest NFL mock draft. He was selected behind other quarterbacks, including Penn State’s Chop Robinson (20th to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers), UCLA’s Laiatu Latu (16th to the Seattle Seahawks) and Alabama’s Dallas Turner (11th to 11th). Minnesota Vikings) The first three picks in the draft were all receivers, including Caleb Williams, Jaden Daniels and Drake May, and the seventh overall pick was an offensive player. But while the first round of the mock draft was filled with offensive stars, 14 of the 32 players taken in the first round were defensive players.

Exchanges and unexpected moves can change things. Smoke and injuries could alter the selection process between now and April 25. Florida State is expected to select multiple players in the 2024 NFL Draft, which ends April 27..

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