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2016 ALL-ACC, THIRD TEAM (ACSMA)
2016 ALL-ACC, THIRD TEAM (Coaches)
2015 ALL-ACC, SECOND TEAM (Coaches)
2015 ALL-ACC, THIRD TEAM (ACSMA)
2013 ALL-ACC, SECOND TEAM (Athlon Sports)
2013 ALL-ACC, THIRD TEAM (Coaches)
2013 ALL-ACC, HONORABLE MENTION (ACSMA)
TRUE FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA, FIRST TEAM (247Sports)
FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA (FWAA)
2016 (Senior): Saw action in all 13 games with 10 starts and served as one of Miami’s top offensive playmakers…Earned third-team All-ACC recognition from both Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) and ACC coaches…Led team with 63 receptions and ranked second with 754 receiving yards…Added nine receiving touchdowns and averaged 58.0 yards per game…Ended his career at Miami ranked second in career receptions (166), fifth in career receiving yards (2,218) and tied for fourth in career receiving touchdowns (20)…Ended career ranked sixth in career all-purpose yards (3,810)…Started season opener against Florida A&M (Sept. 3) and caught two passes totaling 13 yards…Hauled in first touchdown of season on four-yard reception in third quarter against Rattlers…Led team with four catches in start vs. FAU (Sept. 10)…Totaled 38 yards against Owls, including long reception of 13 yards…Tied for team lead with five catches in start against Appalachian State (Sept. 17), totaling 85 yards…Scored two touchdowns against Mountaineers, including one on 55-yard reception…Multi-TD performance was third of career and first since 2013…Led team with 75 yards on four receptions in start vs. Georgia Tech (Oct. 1)…Hauled in 31-yard TD pass to help seal win over Yellow Jackets…Moved into 10th place in all-time receptions with four catches against Georgia Tech…Recorded fourth multi-touchdown game of career and second of season in start against Florida State (Oct. 8)…Totaled team-high 80 receiving yards on seven receptions against Seminoles, including touchdowns of 21 and 11 yards…11-yard TD came with less than two minutes remaining in fourth quarter…Started and totaled 12 yards on two receptions against North Carolina (Oct. 15)…Led team with five catches in start at Virginia Tech (Oct. 20)…Totaled 49 receiving yards against Hokies…Recorded game-high totals of seven catches and 81 yards in start at Notre Dame (Oct. 29)…Moved past Andre Johnson and Allen Hurns in career receiving yards with performance against Fighting Irish…Hauled in career-high nine receptions totaling 59 yards, including two touchdowns, in start against Pittsburgh (Nov. 5)…Rose to second in all-time receptions at Miami with performance against Panthers, moving past Michael Irvin, Santana Moss and Lamar Thomas…Caught two passes for 39 yards, including 32-yard reception, in win at Virginia (Nov. 12)…Totaled 54 yards on two receptions, including game-long 51-yarder, in win at NC State (Nov. 19)…Tied career high with nine receptions and totaled game-high 118 yards and one touchdown in regular season finale win over Duke (Nov. 26)…42-yard reception in third quarter was pass that made Brad Kaaya UM’s all-time passing yardage leader…Tied for team lead with five receptions in Russell Athletic Bowl victory over West Virginia (Dec. 28), totaling 51 yards.
2015 (Junior): Earned All-ACC third-team recognition from ACSMA and ACC coaches…Among team’s most consistent players on offense, finishing with team and career-high 689 receiving yards despite playing in only 11 of 13 games…Led all ACC pass catchers with 634 receiving yards in conference play, averaging 79.2 receiving yards per ACC game…Had three receiving touchdowns and averaged 14.7 yards per catch…Ranked second on team with 47 receptions…Started season opener vs. Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 5) and caught two passes for 11 yards…Did not play at FAU (Sept. 11) due to hamstring injury…Returned from injury vs. Nebraska (Sept. 19) and returned one kickoff for 31 yards…Held out of contest at Cincinnati (Oct. 1) due to recurring hamstring injury…Dominated in start at Florida State (Oct. 10), hauling in seven receptions for career-high 139 yards…Added acrobatic go-ahead 29-yard receiving touchdown against Seminoles in fourth quarter…Tied for team lead with four receptions totaling 63 yards against Virginia Tech (Oct. 17)…Had long catch of 28 yards vs. Hokies…Had career-high eight receptions vs. Clemson (Oct. 24)…Totaled game-high 54 receiving yards against Tigers, including long catch of 21 yards…Played key role in win over Duke (Oct. 31), hauling in team-high totals of five catches and 87 yards, including second TD of season on 19-yard catch in third quarter…Recorded second 100-yard game of career in start vs. Virginia (Nov. 7), totaling 132 yards on seven catches…Had 67-yard TD catch vs. Cavaliers, second-longest of career…Had team-high five catches in start at North Carolina (Nov. 14), finishing with 58 yards…Caught three passes for 56 yards in start vs. Georgia Tech (Nov. 21), including long catch of 42 yards…Had long reception of 48 yards on flea-flicker in regular season finale start at Pittsburgh (Nov. 27)…Catch vs. Panthers moved him into 10th place all-time in career all-purpose yards at Miami…Caught four passes for 44 yards and hauled in one touchdown in the Hyundai Sun Bowl (Dec. 26) against Washington State.
2014 (Sophomore): Played in 12 games, including five starts at receiver…Served as team’s primary kick returner and punt returner for second consecutive season…Totaled 184 receiving yards on 23 catches…Ranked third on team in all-purpose yards…Caught three passes in games against Louisville and Nebraska…Had season-long 41-yard kick return against Cincinnati…Had long catch of season (22 yards) against Florida State…Had season-high totals of four receptions and 42 yards against Pittsburgh.
2013 (True Freshman): Played in all 13 games, making six starts at receiver…Also saw time at kick returner and punt returner…Ranked second on team in receptions (33) and receiving yards (591)…Led team with seven TD catches…Only FBS player in 2013 to record a TD via rushing, receiving, punt return and kick return…Caught two passes for 19 yards in collegiate debut vs. FAU…Had three catches in win against Savannah State…Scored career-first TD in second quarter before following with 88-yard kick return for TD in second half vs. Savannah State…Totaled four receptions for career-high 96 yards and two TDs against USF… Totaled three receptions for 74 yards in win over Georgia Tech…Had three catches for 21 yards in road win at UNC…Totaled two receptions for 52 yards win over Wake Forest…Caught two passes for 36 yards in road loss at Florida State…Had career-long 81-yard TD reception vs. Virginia Tech…Returned punt 79 yards for TD in loss at Duke…Became first Cane since Devin Hester in 2004 to have punt return TD and kickoff return TD in same season…Added five catches for 81 yards and TD in Senior Day win over Virginia…Tallied three first-half TDs in road win at Pittsburgh, finishing with three catches for 72 yards and two receiving TDs…Added 73-yard TD rush late in second quarter…Named honorable mention All-ACC by ACSMA.
High School: Four-star recruit by ESPN, 247Sports, Rivals and Scout…Rated No. 4-best WR by ESPN, No. 7 by 247Sports, No. 8 by Scout and No. 13 by Rivals…2013 Under Armour All-American…Coley led Northeast HS to first round of Class 7A playoffs in 2012, while catching 29 passes for 513 yards and 10 touchdowns…Coached by ex-NFL running back and former Miami Hurricanes standout Donnell Bennett at Northeast HS.
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