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'12 NH CB Javar Coleman

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive' started by Buffnik, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    New Hampton Prep (New Hampton, NH)

    Ht: 5-foot-9
    Wt: 175 lbs
    40: 4.44 secs

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  2. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    [video=youtube;4icumfUpOeY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4icumfUpOeY[/video]
     
  3. Buffnik

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    More video and a great write-up from Badger Sport 7 on 7:

    Strengths:

    Javar is a very skilled athlete that can do a lot of things on the football field. He displays excellent speed to turn the corner on offense and to run with any receiver on defense. He is one of those guys who college coaches love, because he can be put anywhere on offense and make an impact. Could definitely see him in the slot as well as the backfield and wouldn’t be surprise in today’s game if he took multiple snaps in the Wildcat formation. On defense he has excellent ball skills and plays much bigger than his stature. Always attacking the ball at the highest point. He has great feet, which allows him to be in great position to make plays even against bigger receivers. He’s got a lot of tools to be a pretty good corner.

    Areas of Improvement:

    Javar will most likely turn into a full time corner back, but if he plays RB like he did for his high school team, durability could be an issue, just because of his small size. He is a very elusive back that doesn’t take many hits, but concerns me if he ever does. Also in his tape he shows his toughness by making lead blocks for other backs. But against elite division 1 guys, blocking could be an issue as well.

    Summary:

    Javar is a great athlete with excellent speed, and great feet. He is very hard to tackle in the open field and has the speed to score from anywhere on the field. Javar is playing ball in New Hampshire, not exactly a big producer of football talent. This off-season will be big for his recruitment to show that he can play with the best. But he would be a steal for any school looking for talent up in New England.

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  4. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Coleman was an unofficial visitor at CU's last week of open practices. Definitely one to watch.
     
  5. J.R. Ewing

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    New Hampsire for damn sure!

    I always liek the idea of pulling a guy out of a state like NH. Anyone who gets attention coming out of a state with that little focus on football has to have soem potential.
     
  6. Buffnik

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    Still undecided.
     

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