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Week 8: Coleman's two catches were his second-lowest output of 2023, as Florida State thumped No. 20 Duke 38-20. He was targeted just six times and one of the four missed connections resulted in an interception. On special teams, Coleman returned three punts for eight total yards. — JH
Week 7: Coleman's sensational day in the 'Noles 41-3 win over Syracuse featured a spectacular leaping one-handed grab against tight coverage on the game's opending drive. An ESPN Top-10 play to be sure. The rest of his afternoon wasn't too shabby either: nine catches, 141 yards and one TD, a 58-yard scoring strike in the second quarter from QB Jordan Travis. Coleman did most of his damage in the first half. Coleman also had a spectacular 72-yard punt return at the end of the third quarter. The only blemish? He did fumble once. — JH
Week 6: In Florida State's 39-17 rout of Virginia Tech, Coleman had a fairly average day, catching three passes for 22 yards (7.3 average), with one of his receptions getting a first down for the Seminoles' offense. It was only the second game this season that the opposition kept Coleman from reaching the end zone. As a punt returner, Coleman had a couple of nice returns, averaging over 16 yards per return. — JH
Week 5: DNP - idle
Week 4: Coleman played a key role in FSU's 31-24 overtime win versus Clemson. The receiver was targeted nine times in the game and recorded five receptions for 86 yards (17.2 yards per catch) and two touchdowns. He also scored the game-winner in overtime.
Week 3: Undefeated FSU remained so by edging Boston College, 31-29. Coleman had his least productive game of the young season, being held without a reception on three targets. — JH
Week 2: Coleman had three catches in six targets for 48 yards (16.0 yards per catch) and a touchdown. FSU blasted Southern Miss in the process, 66-13. — JH
Week 1: A splendid debut for the former Michigan State Spartan, as FSU won its season opener, 45-24, over LSU. Coleman had 11 targets, pulling in nine receptions for 122 yards and three touchdowns. — JH
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
—at Michigan State—
Rated as No. 4 wide receiver in the 2023 off-season transfer portal by 247Sports…appeared in 22 games with 12 starts at Michigan State and made 65 receptions for 848 yards and eight touchdowns.
2022: Named third-team All-Big Ten in 2022 after catching 58 passes for 798 yards and seven touchdowns…ranked sixth in Big Ten in receiving yards and touchdowns and eighth in receptions…ranked fourth in Big Ten with 15 catches of at least 20 yards…recorded career-high 155 yards on five catches at No. 4 Michigan…receiving yards total was third-highest by Spartan against Michigan in series history…grabbed career-best nine receptions for 116 yards and two touchdowns at Washington…also caught two two-point conversions at Huskies…made eight catches for 107 yards vs. Indiana.
2021: Played 10 games as true freshman and made seven catches for 50 yards and one touchdown…caught two passes in Chick-fil-A Bowl win vs. No. 12 Pitt…made season-high three catches for 27 yards and 12-yard touchdown at No. 4 Ohio State…also played basketball for Spartans during 2021-22 season
High school: Ranked as Class of 2021’s No. 8 prospect in Louisiana by ESPN…two-time all-state selection at Opelousas Catholic…helped lead Vikings to quarterfinal round of Division IV playoffs and 10-2 record his junior year…also participated in basketball and track and field…earned second-team all-state honors in basketball his junior year after averaging 26.0 points per game and leading Vikings to regional final round of Class 4A state playoffs…averaged 23.1 points per game on state semifinal team his sophomore year.
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