Today, it's my predictions for the fourth-place finishers in the Big 12 North and South - Missouri and Baylor. Will BU quarterback Robert Griffin endure a sophomore slump that will lead to the Bears' 14th straight losing season, or does Griffin improve and stop the skid? We say Baylor goes bowling...[details]
2007 (Junior): An all-American candidate at tight end, Coffman is one of the biggest stars on the Tigers. He was first-team all-Big 12 by a number of outlets last season and the team's receiver of the year after catching 58 passes and nine touchdowns. Has 105 catches for more than 1100 yards in two seasons.
The Good: Possesses a big frame with long arms and excellent body control down the field. Showcases great hands and plucks everything away from his body. Looks like a power forward going up and attacking the ball at its highest point. Uses his body well to shield defenders down the field. Loves contact and shows a willingness to block in the run game. The Bad: Hasn't lined up much as a traditional tight end and is often split out in the slot. Needs to improve his blocking techniques on the outside. Lacks great straight-line speed down the field; is more of a strider.