Corey Coleman the the former Baylor wide out was considered the best wide out in the 2016 NFL Draft, and according to people around him he is sure looking like a steal.
Longtime beat writer Tony Grossi called the former Baylor wideout the “real deal” at training camp already. Coleman has been running with the 1st team already and really proving his worth to the team and the fans.
His coaches and teammates are also talking him up already, according to NFL.com.
“He can score the ball,” said associate head coach on offense Pep Hamilton, per the team’s official website. “He caught a hitch route down inside the red zone area, he made two guys miss and he scored the football. That’s what we’re going to need him to do. We need a big-play threat or two or three on the perimeter, and we feel like he’s the guy who can do those things.”
Said quarterback Josh McCown: “He’s scored a bunch when we’ve had some of this live stuff. The cool thing about Corey is, he’s still learning, but when the ball touches his hands, he’s exactly why you picked him. That’s impressive to me.”