Maryland and Duke are both looking at Coley to play middle linebacker, but after watching him on Sunday he looks more like a defensive end/outside linebacker prospect. Coley has the size to line up over the tight end and even get his hand on the ground on some snaps.
Coley measured 6-foot-1, 224 pounds and has the frame to easily put on much more weight. He posted a 4.84 second 40-yard dash, short shuttle was 4.68, and his 3-cone drill time was 7.55 seconds. These numbers were in all the upper half of the linebacker prospects at the combine.
Henry was happy with his 40-time, saying it was the best electronic time he has ever gotten.
"I didn't know what to expect with my 40. I have not had that much experience on the laser timers, but I ended up posting the best time I ever have on a laser. I was pretty content with that."
Coley wants schools to take a look at the physical nature at which he plays and also see that he has room to grow and hopefully consider him as a Sam linebacker or even a defensive end.
He visited Duke this past Saturday and really likes what he saw.
"I really hope Duke offers me. I love the school, the campus, the program, everything. I could definitely see myself playing there. Coaches sounded positive and sounded like they liked me a lot at the Spring Game, so we'll see."