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Keenan Allen will be a legitimate number one receiver in the NFL.
The Bills have three needs heading into the 2013 NFL draft: quarterback, linebacker and wide receiver.
In terms of quarterback, there are no Andrew Lucks or RGIIIs this year.
At linebacker, the Bills biggest need is at ILB, and with Manti Te'o most likely being off the board by No. 11, their only other options are at OLB. Barkevious Mingo is an interesting option, but Buffalo has seen decent play out of rookie Nigel Bradham and veteran Nick Barnett.
That leaves wide receiver. At pick 11, the Bills have the opportunity to take the top wide receiver currently available in the draft, Keenan Allen.
Allen is the prototypical number one receiver whom the Buffalo Bills need alongside Stevie Johnson. Allen stands at 6'3" and weighs 210 pounds.
A little tidbit for Bills fans: Allen's half brother is Zach Maynard, former University at Buffalo quarterback and current University of California QB.
In terms of intangibles, Allen is known for his agility, balance and vision. Allen doesn't have top-notch speed, but he is considered to be pretty fast. Overall, Allen has everything teams look for in a number one receiver, and the Bills could do a lot worse than selecting him at No. 11.