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Corey Coleman
WR #19
Height:
5-11
Weight:
185
Age:
23
College:
Baylor
Hometown:
Dallas, TX
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2017):

REC
20
YDS
268
AVG
13.4
TDS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 53 681 12.8 58 5 2 10 5 9 0 0 0
2017 CLE 6 6 20 268 13.4 44 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2016 CLE 10 10 33 413 12.5 58 3 2 10 5 9 0 -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 PIT L 18-21 5 53 10.6 23 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 @BAL L 10-24 1 9 9 9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 JAX L 7-19 6 80 13.3 20 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 @CIN L 16-30 3 64 21.3 44 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 @LAC L 10-19 0 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 GB L 21-27 5 62 12.4 20 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

Career Transactions: Selected by the Cleveland Browns in the first round (15th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

At a Glance:

Winner of the 2015 Biletnikoff Award, for the top wide receiver in college football after leading the nation with a school record 20 touchdown catches.

Set Baylor single-season TD reception record (20) and career TD reception record (33).

First wide receiver selected in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Grew up in the same neighborhood as 14-year NFL vet Ray Crockett. Crockett served as Corey’s track and basketball coach and the two became close. Eventually was named Corey’s godfather and is referred to by Coleman as “Pops.”

Career Highlights:

Named Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week in Week 2 of 2016 following a 104-yard, two-TD performance against Baltimore in second career game.

Seasonal Reviews:

2016: Recorded 413 receiving yards and three TDs on 33 receptions...Started all 10 games played...Tied for sixth among NFL rookies with three TD catches and tied for second with two 40+yard catches...Missed six games (Weeks 3-8) after breaking hand during practice leading into Week 3...(9/18) vs. Bal.: Totaled five receptions for 104 yards with two TDs (31 yards, 11 yards), the first scores of his career...His two receiving TDs tied a Browns rookie record...First Browns rookie with 100-yard receiving game since 2012 (Josh Gordon, at Oak., 12/2)... Named NFL’s Pepsi Rookie of Week for his performance…(11/27) vs. NYG: Registered three catches for 38 yards with one TD...Hauled in 21-yard TD pass from Josh McCown.

College: Started 28 of his 35 career games played at Baylor…Caught 173 passes for 3,009 yards and 33 TDs…Ran for 164 yards and a TD…2015 Biletnikoff Winner, All-America honors in 2014 and 2015, First Team All-Big 12 in 2014 and 2015…Holds Baylor single-season TD reception record (20) and career TD reception record (33)…First player in Baylor history to record two 1,000-yard receiving seasons…One of four receivers in school history to reach 3,000 career receiving yards…Also returned 25 career kick returns for 651 yards and a TD…Started 12 games as a junior in 2015, leading the nation with school-record 20 receiving TDs…Totaled 1,363 yards on 74 receptions, adding 111 rushing yards on 22 carries…Led the country with 20 catches of 30 yards or more and 11 catches of 40 yards or more…Amassed 58 receptions for 1,178 yards and 20 TDs over the course of the first eight games of the season before suffering a hernia injury…Caught TD reception in nine consecutive games, with a streak of seven games with multiple TD receptions…Started six of 10 games played as a sophomore in 2014…Caught 64 passes for 1,119 yards and 11 TDs on the year and rushed for 53 yards and a TD on 11 attempts…Ranked third in the country with 10 receptions of 40 yards or more and fourth nationally with 13 receptions of 30 yards or more…Started 10 of 13 games in 2013 as a redshirt freshman…Totaled 527 yards and two TDs on 35 receptions…Team’s leading kick returner with 483 yards and a TD on 17 returns…Majored in health, kinesiology and leisure studies.

Personal: Given name is Corey Defians Coleman…Native of Dallas, Texas…Has been able to do back flips and back handsprings since he was five years old…Brother, Jonathan, plays football at Kansas State…Grew up in the same neighborhood as 14-year NFL vet Ray Crockett…Crockett served as Corey’s track and basketball coach and the two became close…Eventually Crockett was named Corey’s godfather and is referred to by Coleman as ‘Pops’…High School: Attended Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas…Received first-team Class 4A All-State and District 10-4A MVP honors as a senior in 2011 after catching 69 passes for 932 yards and 11 TDs, rushing for 567 yards and 15 TDs on 84 carries and throwing 106 yards on five of six passing…Tallied 69 receptions for 1,003 yards and 11 TDs as a junior, adding 97 rushes for 426 yards and 13 TDs…Also ran track…Community Involvement: Active in the Cleveland community, volunteering for numerous football camps and hospital visits…Interested in building homes for the less fortunate and having youth football camps…Hobbies/Interests: Enjoys playing ping-pong in his spare time…Favorite movie is Friday Night Lights and favorite TV show is Empire.

Career Transactions: Selected by the Cleveland Browns in the first round (15th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

At a Glance:

Winner of the 2015 Biletnikoff Award, for the top wide receiver in college football after leading the nation with a school record 20 touchdown catches.

Set Baylor single-season TD reception record (20) and career TD reception record (33).

First wide receiver selected in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Grew up in the same neighborhood as 14-year NFL vet Ray Crockett. Crockett served as Corey’s track and basketball coach and the two became close. Eventually was named Corey’s godfather and is referred to by Coleman as “Pops.”

Career Highlights:

Named Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week in Week 2 of 2016 following a 104-yard, two-TD performance against Baltimore in second career game.

Seasonal Reviews:

2016: Recorded 413 receiving yards and three TDs on 33 receptions...Started all 10 games played...Tied for sixth among NFL rookies with three TD catches and tied for second with two 40+yard catches...Missed six games (Weeks 3-8) after breaking hand during practice leading into Week 3...(9/18) vs. Bal.: Totaled five receptions for 104 yards with two TDs (31 yards, 11 yards), the first scores of his career...His two receiving TDs tied a Browns rookie record...First Browns rookie with 100-yard receiving game since 2012 (Josh Gordon, at Oak., 12/2)... Named NFL’s Pepsi Rookie of Week for his performance…(11/27) vs. NYG: Registered three catches for 38 yards with one TD...Hauled in 21-yard TD pass from Josh McCown.

College: Started 28 of his 35 career games played at Baylor…Caught 173 passes for 3,009 yards and 33 TDs…Ran for 164 yards and a TD…2015 Biletnikoff Winner, All-America honors in 2014 and 2015, First Team All-Big 12 in 2014 and 2015…Holds Baylor single-season TD reception record (20) and career TD reception record (33)…First player in Baylor history to record two 1,000-yard receiving seasons…One of four receivers in school history to reach 3,000 career receiving yards…Also returned 25 career kick returns for 651 yards and a TD…Started 12 games as a junior in 2015, leading the nation with school-record 20 receiving TDs…Totaled 1,363 yards on 74 receptions, adding 111 rushing yards on 22 carries…Led the country with 20 catches of 30 yards or more and 11 catches of 40 yards or more…Amassed 58 receptions for 1,178 yards and 20 TDs over the course of the first eight games of the season before suffering a hernia injury…Caught TD reception in nine consecutive games, with a streak of seven games with multiple TD receptions…Started six of 10 games played as a sophomore in 2014…Caught 64 passes for 1,119 yards and 11 TDs on the year and rushed for 53 yards and a TD on 11 attempts…Ranked third in the country with 10 receptions of 40 yards or more and fourth nationally with 13 receptions of 30 yards or more…Started 10 of 13 games in 2013 as a redshirt freshman…Totaled 527 yards and two TDs on 35 receptions…Team’s leading kick returner with 483 yards and a TD on 17 returns…Majored in health, kinesiology and leisure studies.

Personal: Given name is Corey Defians Coleman…Native of Dallas, Texas…Has been able to do back flips and back handsprings since he was five years old…Brother, Jonathan, plays football at Kansas State…Grew up in the same neighborhood as 14-year NFL vet Ray Crockett…Crockett served as Corey’s track and basketball coach and the two became close…Eventually Crockett was named Corey’s godfather and is referred to by Coleman as ‘Pops’…High School: Attended Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas…Received first-team Class 4A All-State and District 10-4A MVP honors as a senior in 2011 after catching 69 passes for 932 yards and 11 TDs, rushing for 567 yards and 15 TDs on 84 carries and throwing 106 yards on five of six passing…Tallied 69 receptions for 1,003 yards and 11 TDs as a junior, adding 97 rushes for 426 yards and 13 TDs…Also ran track…Community Involvement: Active in the Cleveland community, volunteering for numerous football camps and hospital visits…Interested in building homes for the less fortunate and having youth football camps…Hobbies/Interests: Enjoys playing ping-pong in his spare time…Favorite movie is Friday Night Lights and favorite TV show is Empire.

 

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