All signs are pointing that way. Coleman still has a lot to learn about running a pro style offense, but he's fiercely competitive and working his tail off. In spring practices, he showed tremendous athleticism and good hands. Now, he needs to improve his route-running and his mastery of Hue Jackson's offense. Once he learns the nuances of the position and the complicated pro-style route tree — as opposed to the simple assignments he had at Baylor — he'll play faster and his athleticism will take over.
This offseason, he vowed to work out with Robert Griffin III to perfect their timing and chemistry. Expect them to look very much on the same page at the start of camp, Cabot went on to say. Coleman gets a pretty respectable ranking on our list at 39. The athletic Coleman is on the small side (5’11”) so the team will need to manufacture touches.