2016 NFL Draft: Top 25 Prospects

Feb 29, 2016; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive back Jalen Ramsey catches a pass during the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 29, 2016; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive back Jalen Ramsey catches a pass during the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports /
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Dec 5, 2015; Waco, TX, USA; Baylor Bears wide receiver Corey Coleman (1) leaps over a Texas Longhorns defender during the second half at McLane Stadium. The Longhorns defeat the Bears 23-17. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 5, 2015; Waco, TX, USA; Baylor Bears wide receiver Corey Coleman (1) leaps over a Texas Longhorns defender during the second half at McLane Stadium. The Longhorns defeat the Bears 23-17. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /

16. Corey Coleman, WR (Baylor)

Corey Coleman Draft Profile

I’m very high on Corey Coleman. I think Coleman has the potential to be a big time playmaker in the NFL. He has put together a really impressive body of work at Baylor. In the past two seasons he has over 60 receptions, over 1,000 yards and scored a total of 31 touchdowns. 20 of those touchdowns came in 2015. He is a big play receiver who averaged 17.4 yards per reception in his collegiate career.

Coleman is 5-11 but that shouldn’t deter interest in him. Players like Odell Beckham Jr. have proven that size is beaten vertical ability and athleticism. At his Baylor pro day, he ran a 4.37 second 40 yard dash. At the NFL combine he had a 40.5 inch vertical jump. Don’t worry about his size, he plays like he’s huge.

In a lot of seasons, Coleman could be the number one receiver available. That just shows you how good Treadwell and Doctson are. Coleman is a good route runner who can fly by any defensive back.

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