Keon Coleman is not planning to play in the Orange Bowl, per 247Sports’ Matt Zenitz.

Coleman will be among those at Florida State who will be opting out of the contest, as he’s expected to be a 1st-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. Coleman led the Seminoles with 658 receiving yards with 11 touchdowns on the year. The Florida State wideout also contributed in the return game.

The Seminoles will be without receiver Johnny Wilson as well, who declared for the 2024 NFL Draft on Dec. 6. Wilson was 2nd on the team with 617 yards receiving.

Coleman originally started his college career at Michigan State under former head coach Mel Tucker. He had a career-high 798 receiving yards for the Spartans last season in 12 games played. After a couple of seasons in East Lansing, he headed to Tallahassee and the rest was history.

The Bulldogs and Seminoles meet at Hard Rock Stadium, which is the home of the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes, on Dec. 30.