OFFERS: Morehead State, Reinhardt & Cumberlands
Power Clean: 235
What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?
I am a leader on and off the field. I play two sports; Football and lacrosse. I have the hands of a WR and the strength of a TE. I led my team my Junior year in Receiving yards.
The lanky receiver runs his routes with good execution and little wasted steps. His long running stride allows for him to really pick up yards in a hurry, but top end speed is just average, and typically you see the receiver get caught from behind. I’m really impressed with how well he comes back to the football and how big of a target he makes himself to the QB. Route running is on point. Coltran is a very good possession receiver. He has the skill set and frame to potentially play some TE, or at least be in the slot where he can be a matchup problem. He looks to be an above average blocker on film getting consistent leg drive. Coltran is a very impressive football player from a skill set point of view. The consistency he shows with his hands is what separates himself from others in his class. The ball can be thrown low, high or any which way and he seems to come down with the ball. Senior year is going really well for Coltran, and he has seen a lot of targets deep down field especially. His length at 6’3″ gives him a wide catch radius, and outstanding hand-eye coordination separates himself from other recruits. Coltran is also a standout lacrosse player hearing from several colleges as well. Production senior year is really good, and think Coltran can continue to warrant D1 interest considering his upside.