Keon Coleman was a surprise entry to the transfer portal last weekend and here are five college football teams that could use him.
When Michigan State wide receiver Keon Coleman entered the transfer portal last week, it was a surprise. It was also easy to see that the college football suitors were going to be far and wide.
And on Saturday, Hayes Fawcett tweeted that 59 college football programs have reached out to Keon Coleman following a season in which he caught 58 passes for 798 yards and seven touchdowns.
Some college football team will be getting a player with WR1 potential and looking around the country, there are more than a few teams in need of a player like Keon Coleman.
So where will he wind up? Here are my top five landing spots (in no particular order) for the former Michigan State standout.
USC is intriguing because the Trojans aren’t shy about chasing big-time talent in the transfer portal. It worked last year with Jordan Addison and they already signed Dorian Singer, a guy that had over 1,100 yards last season in the Pac-12 with Arizona.
But you can never have enough talent at wide receiver and Coleman would still be an upgrade, even if he was just the No. 2. It would give USC two wideouts with the ability to be a No. 1, and with Caleb Williams throwing the ball, it has to be a little intriguing.
USC is one of the teams that reached out to Keon Coleman already and we’ll see if things get serious at all, but I wouldn’t be shocked if the Trojans were in the mix here.