Corey Coleman Wants To Make Immediate Impact

INDIANAPOLIS — It’s no secret that Corey Coleman is one of the best, if not the best wide receivers in the 2016 NFL draft. He’s an exceptional athlete with rare position flexibility that NFL teams covet. Coleman hails from the Screen Shot 2016-02-27 at 10.13.30 AMBaylor University which is a college program that has recently taken on the moniker “Wide Receiver U.”

Art Briles is the architect of Baylor’s explosive passing attack, but the receivers that racked up gaudy numbers in Waco, Texas  haven’t reached their apex in the NFL. Josh Gordon is the lone exception, but his off the field transgressions have dimmed his star.

Perception is reality, and many talent evaluators believe that wide receivers across the college football landscape coming from spread offenses take at least a year to adjust to the NFL. Coleman is hoping to prove his doubters wrong and make an immediate impact in the NFL.

Questions surrounding  Coleman’s ability to assimilate  the wide receive position in the NFL have been mounting since he announced his intentions to declare for the draft. During his time with the media, Coleman was able to debunk multiple football myths while making a  case as to why he warrants heavy consideration in round one of the 2016 NFL draft.

Coleman will only be participating in the vertical jump, and the bench press at the Combine, but he will likely improve his stock at his pro day.

Brandon Howard joined the Sports Talk Florida team to cover the Miami Dolphins in April 2017 and will work diligently to provide daily Dolphins content and give accurate analysis of the roster, coaching and front office. Last season, Howard was the curator of content for Miami Dolphins Wire/ USA Today while aggregating high school sports results in Broward and Palm Beach counties for the Sun Sentinel. Prior to moving to South Florida Howard developed NFL content for Pro Player Insiders while covering the Cleveland Browns from 2014-2015. Howard, a Columbus, Ohio native graduated from West Virginia in 2004 in Athletic Coaching and Education. He also was a scholarship track and field athlete and walk-on football player. Howard was the 2003 Big East Long and IC4A long jump Champion and was a provisional national qualifier in the event. He also maintained his status as a member of the Athletic Director Academic Honor Roll during his time as a Mountaineer.