Sixth-round draft pick of the New York Jets... second-team All-MWC... tied for the team lead with eight pass breakups... tied for fifth in the Mountain West Conference in passes defended with 12 (8 PBU, 4 INT)... the four picks tied for second on the team, fourth in the league and 42nd nationally... totaled 90 yards (22.5 avg.) on his four interception returns... the picks came in wins over Oklahoma, Army, Air Force and UNLV... recovered two fumbles, including one to set up a touchdown in the Houston Bowl win... recorded two pass breakups against both the Sooners and San Diego State... totaled a season-best seven tackles versus Army... also had a 53-yard return with his interception against the Black Knights... his pick at Air Force came in the end zone on the opening drive of the game... has 31 solo stops among his 36 tackles on the year.
Arrived on the TCU campus in January of 2004 and took part in spring drills... suffered a torn ACL during summer 7-on-7 drills... underwent surgery in June and was not part of the 105 at the start of fall practice... continued to rehab the injury and made his TCU debut at UAB in the season's sixth game... started each of the season's final three games... credited with 13 tackles including a dozen solo stops... logged his first career interception against Southern Miss.
Returned to Trinity Valley in the fall to complete his eligibility requirements... did not play football.
Attended Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas... named an All-American by the NJCAA and Junior College Gridiron Magazine in 2002... was the 2002 Southwest Junior College Foot-ball Conference Offensive Player of the Year... rushed 29 times for 223 yards and two touchdowns... caught 26 passes for 534 yards and six scores... returned 11 kickoffs for 260 yards... helped the Cardinals to a 10-2 record and a victory in the Heart of Texas Bowl.
Was a 2001 graduate of Henderson High School... named The Daily News Rusk County Football Player of the Year in 2000... selected TCU over Nebraska and Tulsa.
Drew A. Coleman was born April 22, 1983... is a speech communication major.
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