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Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman is "strongly considering" entering the 2015 NFL Draft, reports Yahoo! Sports' Rand Getlin.

You can write Coleman's name into the draft in ink. TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline reported earlier this month that the star runner was already meeting with agents. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Coleman rushed for 2,036 yards and 15 touchdowns this season. He's been pegged by most, including ESPN's Mel Kiper, as a second-rounder.
Dec 19 - 9:13 PM

Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman "has been the biggest riser this year," according to ESPN's Mel Kiper.

Coleman is now ranked as Kiper's No. 3 running back, behind only Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon and Georgia's Todd Gurley. Kiper previously wrote that Coleman "has a chance to go in Round 2" if he leaves. TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline reported earlier this week that Coleman "has been meeting with agents," which should tell you that Coleman has all but declared. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Coleman rushed for 2,036 yards and 15 touchdowns this season.
Dec 17 - 5:04 PM

TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline notes that Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman "has been meeting with agents," which means Coleman could be on his way to entering the draft.

"I'm told Tevin Coleman/RB/Indiana has been meeting with agents. No confirmation he signed with anyone but a further sign he's entering the draft," Pauline tweeted. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Coleman has rushed for 2,036 yards and 15 touchdowns this season, and according to ESPN's Mel Kiper "he has a chance to go in Round 2" if he leaves. Pauline noted in another tweet, that he believes that Coleman is "likely to be under-drafted."
Dec 16 - 2:10 PM

Former UAB redshirt freshman WR Marqui Hawkins transferred to Indiana.

Because UAB axed its football program, Hawkins, and all of his former teammates who decide to transfer, will have immediate eligibility. The former three-star recruit, rated as the No. 50 receiver, signed with Florida in 2013. After redshirting, he transferred to UAB and sat out this past season. Hawkins retains three seasons of eligibility beginning in 2015.
Dec 11 - 5:53 PM

Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman "can't expect to improve" on his 2014 season and he might decide to bolt for the draft early while he's healthy, according to ESPN's Mel Kiper.

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound junior rushed for 2,036 yards and 15 touchdowns this season (the Hoosiers didn't qualify for a bowl game). "He has a chance to go in Round 2 if he leaves, which isn't bad for a running back," Kiper wrote. "And remember, he's a running back. Health matters because teams want a guy who can play right away at that position." The analyst believes Coleman could get coaxed back to school for another season if he's convinced he could work into Round 1 in the 2016 draft. We bet he's going to declare early either way.
Dec 9 - 9:28 PM

ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that Indiana will retain Indiana HC Kevin Wilson in 2015.

The Hoosiers beat Purdue over the weekend to finish 4-8 overall, and just 1-7 in the Big 10. To be fair, Indiana looked like a surefire bowl team before quarterback Nate Sudfeld went down with a season-ending injury. Wilson has gone 14-34 over four seasons in Bloomington, and just 6-26 in the Big Ten. It would appear that he'll need to reach a bowl in 2015 to retain his job going forward.
Dec 1 - 2:37 AM

Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman rushed for 130 yards on 29 carries in the school's 23-16 win over Purdue.

Indiana could only compile 119 passing yards, and that limited aerial game has factored into defenses' gameplans against Coleman. We know he has long speed and agility, and Coleman showed off some tackle breaking skills against stacked boxes.
Nov 29 - 3:19 PM

Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman has dominated this season behind "a suspect offensive line," an NFL scout told Sports Illustrated.

"NFL scouts expect Saturday to be Coleman’s final collegiate game," the site reports. The 6-1, 210-pound junior has collected 1,906 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns on 241 carries this year. "You don’t reel off that many long runs behind a suspect offensive line like that and have the production he has," a scout said. "He should be in the Heisman conversation. He doesn’t have a lot around him." The scout believes Coleman could go in the late first round, but is more probably an early second-rounder. "The one thing with him though is is he going to be consistently able to give you the three-, four-, five-yard runs that sustain drives?" the scout said. "If he’s hitting this many long runs, there’s just not many guys like that in the league like the Chris Johnson when he first got in the league or the Reggie Bush or the LeSean McCoys. Those guys are all more elusive than him per se as far as make-miss ability, but this guy is good."
Nov 26 - 6:00 PM

ESPN's Todd McShay believes Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman "is now an early-second-round talent."

McShay actually grades him a bit higher than that, ranking Coleman as the No. 25 overall player in the class. "What jumps out most on tape is his burst to and through the hole, and while he doesn't have great wiggle to make defenders miss, he has enough top-end speed to outrun most linebackers and defensive backs," McShay wrote. "He has above-average vision and power, and would benefit from improved strength. He's an underclassman, but I've heard it's likely he will leave early for the draft." Coleman is merely 94 rushing yards away from 2,000.
Nov 25 - 7:08 PM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler observes that Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman sees "the field very well," and has "the see-yah speed to break off long runs."

"He often faced stacked boxes from the Buckeyes, but Coleman found room to work, lowering his pads and breaking half-hearted tackle attempts. Seeing the field very well, Coleman has the see-yah speed to break off long runs when he finds those holes," Brugler wrote. The Indiana prospect rushed for 228 yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries in the school's 42-27 loss to Ohio State, and only needs 94 rushing yards to join the 2,000-yard club with Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon.
Source: CBS Sports
Nov 25 - 2:12 PM

Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman rushed for 228 yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries in the school's 42-27 loss to Ohio State.

Coleman displayed a tremendous amount of long speed in this game, taking advantage of lanes and openings. His play in the last few weeks is astounding, considering Indiana has no passing attack and defenses have tended to stack the box against the Hoosiers. The running back class is an extremely talented group.
Nov 22 - 3:27 PM

Indiana HC Kevin Wilson received a vote of confidence on Friday from athletic director Fred Glass.

The Hoosiers began the season with a promising 3-2 record, but have since lost five games in a row, leading to speculation that Wilson's job could be in jeopardy. "To me, the answer is a resounding yes, notwithstanding the lack of wins this year," IU athletic director Fred Glass said when asked if the program is headed in the right direction. I just think it takes a little while. That’s why I gave Kevin a seven-year contract." Wilson is in the fourth year of that seven-year deal. He's been put in a rough spot this season, as starting QB Nate Sudfeld went down early. Former third-string true freshman Zander Diamont has been forced into duty at quarterback.
Nov 21 - 5:30 PM

Saturday's matchup against Ohio State gives Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman the "chance to shine on the first piece of tape most evaluators will pop in," according to's Albert Breer.

"This is a showcase game for him against a great defensive line and fast linebackers," an AFC college scouting director said. "Big-soled player, with solid size and good hands." The 6-foot-1, 210-pounder has rushed for 1,678 yards and 12 touchdowns on only 214 carries through 10 games. "He's definitely got skills, burst and the body, but you wonder about his stamina at the next level to be a bell cow. ... It'd be interesting if he was running behind the Wisconsin offensive line," an AFC GM said. Breer passed along that he has heard numerous Darren McFadden comparisons. We agree with the collation.
Nov 21 - 4:54 PM analyst Bucky Brooks wrote that Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman "continues to generate a ton of buzz in NFL circles."

It makes sense that draft evaluators are buzzing like a hornet nest these days, as Coleman is fresh off a 307-yard rushing effort against Rutgers. Brooks believes "the fact that he churned out so much production against a variety of loaded boxes suggests that he has the stuff needed to be a feature back at the next level." Brooks called Coleman's vision, speed and agility "spectacular." Coleman is looking like a first or second-round selection, though the injury to Georgia's Todd Gurley throws the running back board into a bit of chaos. It should only help a rising back like Coleman.
Nov 17 - 11:31 PM

Indiana junior RB Tevin Coleman rushed for 307 yards on 32 carries in Saturday's 45-23 loss to Rutgers.

Coleman's 307 yards were second-best in school history behind Anthony Thompson's 377-yard effort in 1988. Coleman scored untouched on a 67-yard sprint near the end of the first half. He could have had another long score, but was tripped up by the safety at the five after busting a 61-yard run. Coleman has four rushes for 60+ yards and nine games of 100+ yards in 2014. His best attribute is his burst and his speed. He doesn't have a ton of wiggle in his run, but when he gets free he gets free, as seen on Saturday.
Nov 15 - 9:23 PM

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