NFL Rumors: $120,000,000 Tyreek Hill Gets a 20YO Future Successor From Florida State Seminoles

Published 09/04/2023, 9:21 AM EDT

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The name Tyreek Hill needs no introduction. The man has been 7x Pro Bowl, managed 63 receiving touchdowns, 5 return touchdowns, and 8,340 receiving yards. The 4x First-team All-Pro has an unbeatable NFL record. However, there’s another man coming into the limelight who’s giving a tough competition to Hill’s NFL record.

The wide receiver for the Florida State Seminoles has recently started playing football and is getting recognition in the fan’s eyes. He’s hitting headlines with his extremely impressive skills. Let’s dig in to explore more.

Keon Coleman is killing it!


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It’s evident that the Florida State Seminoles are feeling great after the wide receiver’s game-changing performance against LSU last night. Keon Coleman has been a crucial member of the team as he scored not one but two touchdowns. The former Michigan State Spartans player during his brief NBA career, was also seen playing alongside Johnny Wilson.

Coleman was seen in one-on-one instances quite a few times with the defensive backs. FSU tweeted about the second touchdown on Twitter appreciating the achievement of the man. They used the hashtag, keepclimbing in the post and also mentioned that the pass was from Jordan Travis.

The beauty of his second touchdown was astonishing in terms of his jumping. He jumped over a defensive back and made his second touchdown. While the first one was on the ground as he made a splendid catch. He was on fire last night and played a crucial role in the team’s lead. Now, this raises the question, how are the two personalities, Tyreek Hill and Keon Coleman somewhat similar?


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The duo’s career comparison

20 YO played football and basketball in his high school at Opelousas Catholic School. Later, he opted for Michigan State University to play in his interests. He began his career in 2021 at Michigan State. In total, he managed to play 10 games and also managed 7 receptions for fifty yards and one touchdown. In his sophomore year, he led his team in receiving yards.

On the other hand, ‘Cheetah’ used to run track and play football in his college. When he was a sophomore, he ran for 659 yards and 5 touchdowns also managing 67 catches and 532 receiving yards for his team, Broncbusters. As a rookie he used to play return specialist then later he transitioned to only playing wide receiver.


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Both the players don’t have the same body measurements but both of them manage to get stunning touchdowns. Earlier in their career they always had a second sport to look up to. Hill has a total of 7 rushing touchdowns while Coleman has 8 touchdowns overall. Both players are rarely caught from behind while running. They’ve shown a similar spirit on-field, what do you think? Can we compare the two? Let us know in the comments below.

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