Isaiah Coulter has been in and out of practices, but when he’s participated, his 4.4 speed and fluidity have been what stood out. He’s still an unpolished route runner, but that’s to be expected for a first-year player out of Rhode Island. The competition he faces at the pro level is much more capable of keeping up with him, so he’ll see a lot more press coverage against corners who might be stronger than the ones he’s used to.
Luckily for the Coulter, the Texans aren’t expecting much out of him this season with the group of WRs they have. Will Fuller and Kenny Stills are both in contract years, though, so Coulter should have a chance to factor into the offense next season.