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Name: Harry Coleman 
College: LSU     Number: 24
Height: 6-1   Weight: 211
Position: SS  Pos2: OLB  Class/Draft Year: rSr/2010
40 Low: 4.38
  40 Time: 4.48
   40 High: 4.59

Projected Round:    High: 4-5/OLB  Low: PFA  Stock: 
Rated number 14 out of 143 SS's     330 / 1989 TOTAL
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6014
Weight: 211

PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):

40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.56
20 Yard (ET): 2.71
20 Yard (HH): 2.63
10 Yard (ET): 1.65
10 Yard (HH): 1.59
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 13
Vertical Jump: 33
Broad Jump: 09'07"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.42
3-Cone Drill: 7.24
40 Time Range: 4.56-4.68

Dates: 03/15/10
Hand: 9 3/4  Arm: 32 1/2

Height: 6014
Weight: 211

40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.48
20 Yard (HH): 2.56
10 Yard (HH): 1.56
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 33
Broad Jump: 09'10"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 6.94

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  Coleman emerged in his first season as a starter to lead the Tigers in tackles (71) in 2008. He learned the ropes behind All-Americans LaRon Landry and Craig Steltz and first drew notice as a special-teams stalwart on the kickoff coverage, kickoff return and punt return units. He ranked among special team leaders in tackles over the 2006 and '07 seasons.

Athletic, physical and a sound open-field tackler, Coleman moved to outside linebacker in 2009 to help LSU match up better against spread offenses. He made an immediate impact at the position, earning team MVP honors in posting 82 tackles, including nine tackles for loss and four sacks. He also forced a team-leading three fumbles.

Despite his production, Coleman lacks the size to remain at linebacker in the NFL. His versatility and willingness to switch positions, however, will go a long way with scouts, who ultimately view his best pro position as an in-the-box strong safety and on special teams.


  Read & React: Improving key-and-diagnosis skills as he gained experience close to the line of scrimmage. Locates the ball quickly and takes good angles, but can be beaten over the top due to over-aggressiveness.

Man Coverage: Rare straight-line speed and agility for the linebacker position and appears to have enough athleticism to handle the conversion back to safety in the NFL. Typical safety foot work. A bit high and choppy in his backpedal and lacks the hip flexibility to keep up with speedier tight ends and running backs when he allows them to eat up the cushion. Accelerates quickly once moving in the right direction, and has a second gear to recover. Too inconsistent with his initial jam at the line of scrimmage to re-route the tight end.

Zone Coverage: Improving instincts for zone coverage. Gains good depth on his drops and attacks the ball by reading the eyes of the quarterback. Changes direction efficiently and locates the ball quickly. Has smooth acceleration and good closing speed once he finds the action.

Closing/Recovery: Good closing speed, but gives up too much space to receivers and seems content making the tackle, rather than going for the ball. Had zero interceptions over his career and recorded his first pass broken up as a junior (finished with seven in 2008 and 11 for his career).

Run Support: Eager in run support and attacks the line of scrimmage. Willing to take on blocks, but prefers to elude them. Good agility to avoid blockers in tight quarters. Good flexibility to bend under the pad level of blockers and redirect quickly. Reliable open-field tackler.

Tackling: Gives high effort in pursuit. Breaks down in space to make the secure stop against smaller, quicker athletes. Efficient wrap-up tackler who is a heavy hitter with a knack for forcing fumbles. Forced four fumbles over his career, including three as a senior.

Intangibles: Lanky build with room for additional muscle growth. Experienced special teams player on various units. Proved his commitment to the team in moving to outside linebacker as a senior due to the fact that the coaching staff wanted more athleticism there when going against spread offense, as LSU opened the season against four consecutive spread offensive teams. Recognized by teammates as the team MVP after leading the Tigers with 77 tackles in his first season at linebacker.

NFL Comparison: Chris Harris, Panthers

 Career Notes

  Entering 2009: Heads into senior season with 101 career tackles in 39 games after leading the team in tackles (71) last season.

 2009 Season

  Named the LSU most valuable player in 2009 ... Hard-hitting defender who made the move from safety to linebacker late in the spring ... Has started 25-straight games, including all 12 games this season ... Ranked third on the team in tackles with 77 and was second in both tackles for losses (9.0) and sacks (4.0) ... Tallied three forced fumbles on the season, which ranked tied for second in single-season school history ... Recorded five tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and credited with one QB hurry at Ole Miss ... Finished with eight tackles and one sack versus Louisiana Tech ... Had five tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss against Tulane.

Earned SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors for his phenomenal performance against Auburn when he tallied nine tackles, the first two sacks of his career, 2.5 tackles for a loss, two forced fumbles and one pass breakup ... Recorded five tackles, including four solo, at Georgia ... Tied for the team lead with eight tackles against UL-Lafayette and also forced a fumble, broke up a pass and recorded one tackle for a loss ... Led the team with a career-high 10 tackles against Vanderbilt and was credited with a quarterback hurry ... Finished second on the team with seven total tackles against Washington, including five solo stops and one tackle for a four-yard loss.

 2008 Season

  Played and started all 13 games at strong safety for the Tigers ... Led the team in tackles with 71 ... Had 42 solo tackles to go with 29 assists ... Added one tackle for a loss, seven pass breakups and three quarterback hurries ... Also forced one fumble and returned a fumble 15-yards ... Ranked second on team in PBUs ... Tallied a career-high nine tackles against Arkansas ... Had a big game in win over South Carolina with four tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery, which he returned 15 yards ... Had seven tackles against both Auburn and Florida and registered five stops and one PBU vs. Ole Miss ... Also had a pair of PBUs against North Texas and Florida ... Closed season with a pair of tackles in win over Georgia Tech in Chick-fil-A Bowl.

 2007 Season

  Played in 13 games with no starts ... Finished with 18 tackles, one QB hurry and a fumble recovery ... Most extensive action of season came against Ohio State in the BCS National Championship Game ... Big play against the Buckeyes came when he picked up a fumble and returned it 14 yards early in the fourth quarter ... Named to ESPN's All-Bowl Team for his effort in the win over the Buckeyes ... Credited with a career-best four tackles, three solo, against Mississippi State ... Had three tackles each against Tulane and Ole Miss ... Was also in on his first tackle for loss against the Green Wave ... A key contributor on special teams, he played on the Tigers' kickoff, kickoff return and punt return units.

 2006 Season

  Played in all 13 games, contributing primarily on special teams ... A standout in that capacity as he ranked among team leaders with 12 special teams tackles in 2006 ... Named LSU's Special Teams Player of the Week in wins over Louisiana-Lafayette and Mississippi State ... Had two special teams tackles vs. Louisiana-Lafayette and added five special teams tackles against Mississippi State.

 2005 Season

  Did not see any action in 2005 ... After originally signing with the school in 2004, joined the Tigers for the spring semester in 2005.

 2004 Season

  Sat out the fall of 2004 ... Enrolled in school in January of 2005 and went through spring drills with the Tigers.

 High School

  One of the top linebackers in the state as a senior at West St. Mary High School in 2003 ... Also a standout on offense, catching 14 TD passes as a senior ... Added 170 tackles on defense in 2003 ... Recorded more than 100 tackles and seven sacks as a junior ... Grabbed nine touchdown passes in 2002 ... First-team 3A all-state in 2003 ... Helped the Wolfpack to consecutive 3A state playoff appearances, including a 10-0 regular season mark in 2003 ... A four-year lettermen in football, track, baseball and basketball ... Ran relays in track ... Coached by Andre Lockley.


Full name is Harry Corday Coleman ... Born Nov. 10, 1985, in Franklin, La. ...Parents are Harry and Margaret Coleman ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies ... Is a deacon at his church in Baldwin.


  Full name is Harry Corday Coleman ... Born Nov. 10, 1985, in Franklin, La. ...Parents are Harry and Margaret Coleman ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies ... Is a deacon at his church in Baldwin.


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