WR - Senior 6'1 193 - Pompano Beach, Fl
2015 Statistics - 47 catches, 689 yards, 4 TDs
After a freshman All-American campaign, dropped off significantly his sophomore year, only to rebound nicely as a junior.
Clearly the top returning target for UM's offense, and seems to have added a new dimension to his already impressive set of credentials.
Darrion Owens is here. Also, Stacy Coley looks much thicker— Matt Porter (@mattyports) March 15, 2016
Also drawing the attention of NFL Scouts, and likely would have been drafted had he foregone his senior season at Miami.
As a junior last year, his explosiveness, soft hands, ran after catch ability, and the knack for touch catches on the sidelines and in traffic were on full display.
Summary: Coley has all the talent in the world, and last season his on field production started to catch up with it once again. Heading into this year, it is a good thing he has added bulk, as he could see as many as 80-90 targets given the 'Canes uncertain depth at the WR position. The senior to be could/should have a monster season, with 60+ catches 1,000 yards, and double digit TD's all very well within the realm of possibility. The key to me for Coley is that he stay healthy. After a terrific start to his spring, he was forced to sit out the spring game due to a tweaked hamstring. Through out his career in Coral Gables, he has battled some nagging injuries. If he can remain on the field, he is a monster play waiting to happen each and every time he sees the ball. Coley is a legit 4.4 type, and his game speed loses nothing in translation. He's gotten better and better at making tough catches, and he has a potential All-American QB in Brad Kaaya tossing him the ball. If all goes to plan, Coley should have an All-Conference type season and work his way to being a very high draft pick in next year's NFL Draft.