B.J. Coleman 2012 NFL Draft quick report

AUBURN AL - NOVEMBER 6: Quarterback B. J. Coleman #19 of the Chattanooga Mocs sets to pass against the Auburn Tigers November 6 2010 at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn Alabama. Auburn won 62 - 24. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

This year I wrote the player rankings and evaluations for the USA Today 2012 NFL Draft magazine. It's on newsstands now and available online here. Leading up to the draft, I'll be reprinting some of my quick reports here.

B.J. Coleman

6'3, 232 pounds | Quarterback | Tennessee-Chattanooga

Strengths: Coleman, a Tennessee transfer, can make throws to all levels of the field and has a good frame. Seems to have a good understanding of the game and will check down when his initial read isn’t there. Regarded as a smart player and a strong competitor. Mobile in the pocket. Star of East-West Shrine Game practices. Highly regarded out of high school.

Weaknesses: Technically raw, especially in his footwork which makes him a developmental player. Takes unnecessary steps in his drop back. Deep accuracy is questionable. Locks onto receivers, especially over the middle of the field. Highest career completion percentage was 60.9. Missed time in 2011 because of injury.

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