Rewarded with a scholarship in fall camp … started eight games at wide receiver … led the team in yards per catch (14.3) and ranked third on the team in receptions (31) and receiving yards (442) … in his first career start vs. UNI, recorded a career-high 103 receiving yards and a TD … caught a career-long 59-yard TD catch vs. UNI … recorded a career-high eight receptions for 78 yards vs. Kansas … scored the game-tying TD to force overtime vs. West Virginia on a 19-yard catch … then scored the eventual game-winning TD on a 25-yard catch in the third overtime vs. West Virginia … ended the WVU game with five catches for 91 yards and two TDs.
Played in 11 games, mostly on special teams.
Redshirted first season at Iowa State.
Played in 23 career games for the Mavericks, racking up a combined 48 catches for 570 yards and one touchdown ... was second on team with 26 receptions in 2010 ... also rushed six times for 100 yards and a touchdown for the Mavericks ... caught four-yard touchdown pass at Central Missouri in 2010 ... ran for nine-yard touchdown at Truman State in 2010 ... career-best figures of seven catches for 96 yards against Missouri Western in 2009.
Class B first-team all-state quarterback senior season at Beatrice High School ... also played at running back, wide receiver and defensive back ... rushed for 1,378 yards and racked up over 2,800 all-purpose yards and 19 touchdowns, leading Beatrice to Class B state championship game ... scored touchdowns on a 96-yard kickoff return, 24-yard run and 64-yard reception before capping off game with a three-yard run on a fake PAT in overtime to defeat Omaha Gross 63-62 in state quarterfinal game ... All-Nebraska second-team wide receiver by Omaha World-Herald as a junior ... caught 25 passes for 609 yards and four touchdowns but impact was felt as kick returner, with Coleman averaging 31.6 yards per return ... coached in high school by Bob Sexton ... also competed in baseball, earning first-team all-conference honors for the Orangemen.
Born Dec. 13, 1990 ... son of Randy and Vicki Coleman ... pre-liberal studies major.