After a pin drop on his location revealed he was in Louisville this past weekend, the buzz surrounding the potential of signing former four-star wide receiver prospect and Jackson State transfer Kevin Coleman intensified greatly. Coleman, a speedy wide receiver, is going to be a huge weapon in Jeff Brohm’s air-raid offense.
The 5-foot-11 receiver joins a wide receiver room that includes Cincinnati transfer Jadon Thompson, Tennessee transfer Jimmy Calloway, freshman signee William Fowles, freshman signee Jahlil McClain, freshman signee Cataurus Hicks, returner Braden Smith, returner Ahmari-Huggins-Bruce, returner Chris Bell, returner Elijah Downing, and returner Chance Morrow.
Jeff Brohm and Jack Plummer are going to have a lot of fun lighting up the scoreboard with these kinds of weapons. In his freshman season, Coleman put up 510 receiving yards and three touchdowns as a Tiger. If he can do that as a freshman, even at the FCS level, he could do some serious damage at the FBS level.
This very well may be the best receiving corps that quarterback Jack Plummer has ever had and with several of these players not even in their senior season, the possibilities for Pierce Clarkson to be hitting them in stride in a few years is extremely realistic.
Coleman may have been the first domino to fall for Louisville this weekend as there is wild speculation that Jamari Johnson will officially sign with Louisville this weekend and five-star linebacker TJ Capers out of Miami, Florida has received several FutureCasts to sign with the Cardinals this weekend as well.
Both Johnson and Capers have announced their intentions to announce their college commitments this weekend at the Under Armour All-American Bowl.