Greg McElroy has weighed in on the notable transfer moves across college football this offseason. One move, in particular, provided a boost in the ACC when Florida State landed transfer wide receiver Keon Coleman away from Michigan State.

In a recent episode of his Always College Football podcast, McElroy admitted he was surprised Coleman targeted FSU due to other moves the Seminoles made in the offseason.

“I was surprised, frankly, that he was favoring Florida State in the process, reading through the tea leaves the last few weeks because they already added Jaheim Bell… and of course, Johnny Wilson is already in the position right there to be — arguably — the best receiver in the ACC,” said McElroy.

As for the final move, McElroy pointed to the rich getting richer. He also foresees Coleman providing some help for the red-zone offense with two big-body targets in Wilson and Coleman on the goalline.

“I think the rich get richer, they’ve done such a good job this year, Florida State has in the portal… I think Florida State’s poised to make a really nice run and hopefully Keon Coleman can draw some of that attention away from Johnny Wilson in the red zone,” said McElroy. “Because two guys that are 6-foot-4 and better… those are gonna be some matchup nightmares in the red zone when you go against these teams in the fall.”