Coleman Chooses Baylor

Holding offers from schools such as California, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, West Virginia, and Clemson among others, Richardson Pearce High School standout Corey Coleman decided Baylor is where he wanted to play his college football. Read more inside.

Holding offers from schools such as California, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, West Virginia, and Clemson among others, Richardson Pearce High School standout Corey Coleman decided Baylor is where he wanted to play his college football.

"I committed to Baylor tonight," said Coleman. "I like the coaches a lot, and we have a really good relationship."

Coleman a 5-11 178-pound wide receiver sports a sub 4.4-forty time of 4.35. In addition to blazing speed, Coleman Corey Coleman finished his junior season with over 1,000 yards receiving and around 600 yards rushing for 27 total touchdowns. He also had two interceptions at cornerback. He says he can bench 265-pounds, squat 435 and claims a 40-inch vertical jump.

"[My senior year] I am going to work hard to get better and to make my teammates better. We want to go really far in the playoffs," said Coleman about his upcoming year at Pearce High School.

Coleman explains that his commitment to Baylor is solid, and he is excited to play for Baylor head coach Art Briles and with Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.

"I think it is going to be perfect," said Coleman about his future plans to play football at Baylor University.

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