MFE Elite Pro Days – Kareem Coles JR @KidColes_7

MFE Elite Pro Days announcing

Kareem Coles, 6’1″ 190 WR

Duquesne University

committed to Pro Day April 4th Pittsburgh, PA




Details of the Pro Day listed here! –











College Bio:

As a Senior (2018)

  • Played in all 13 games with a pair of starts for the Dukes
  • Finished third on the team with 31 receptions for 301 receiving yards
  • Returned two kicks for 32 yards and a pair of punts for eight yards for Duquesne
  • Recorded 56 yards on five receptions in 23-21 win over Valparaiso (9.8.18)
  • Matched season high with five catches for 46 yards in NEC championship-clinching victory at CCSU (11.17.18)
  • Tallied four receptions twice at UMass (8.25.18) and vs Robert Morris (10.13.18)

As a Junior (2017)

  • Appeared in four games with three starts before season cut short due to injury
  • Caught 14 passes for 154 yards with three touchdowns
  • Finished season tied for third on team with three receiving touchdowns despite playing just four games
  • Had a pair of touchdown receptions in 38-13 win over West Virginia Wesleyan (9.30.17)
  • Hauled in first career touchdown on a career-long 31-yard reception in the season opener at No. 4 South Dakota State (8.31.17)
  • Registered a career-high six receptions for 56 yards in 45-40 triumph at Valparaiso (9.9.17)
  • Returned six kickoffs for a total of 94 yards

As a Sophomore (2016)

  • Played in all 11 games with a start in week nine at Wagner
  • Finished the season with 19 catches for 149 yards. The 19 catches were fourth-most on the team
  • Also returned six punts for 93 yards and nine punts for 71 yards
  • Caught a season-long 32 yard pass at Jacksonville
  • Had a season-high five catches for 31 yards vs. Sacred Heart
  • Had three catches each against Bucknell (34 yards) and Dayton (seven yards)
  • Returned a punt 42 yards to set up a first quarter touchdown in the 52-19 win at CCSU

As a Freshman at Idaho (2015)

  • Was listed as a quarterback/receiver for the Vandals
  • Saw action in six games where he caught three passes for 19 yards
  • Attempted his lone career pass against Auburn in the second-to-last game of the season

Before Idaho

  • Led Madison High School in San Diego, Calif. to a state championship as a senior
  • Initially committed to Utah State as a high school recruit
  • Also had offers from UNLV and several FCS (Football Championship Subdivision) programs in the Big Sky Conference
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