New York Giants wide receiver Corey Coleman is confident his best is still yet to come as he enters his second year with Big Blue.
The former Browns draftee is looking to have a big year in 2019 and is confident that his best has yet to come.
“You haven’t seen the best of Corey Coleman yet,” Coleman told Art Stapleton of NorthJersey.com. “I feel like I’m getting better and better, and I’m just trying to stay humble and do what they ask of me. I’m happy to be here, and I’m not worried about what happened and didn’t happen in the past. I don’t look back in time. I’m comfortable with this team and in this offense, and I’m excited to show everything people thought I could do, and I know I can still do in this league. Nothing’s given to you, and it’s my job to prove it.”
Fortunately, Coleman isn’t the only one within the Giants organization that’s confident in him. Head coach Pat Shurmur had some words to say about Coleman and his potential.
“We are going to see the best of [Coleman],” Shurmur stated. “He’s the first one to tell you when he came in the league, he had a lot to learn. Now he’s got an opportunity to maybe be a front-line player.”
Coleman played eight games for New York during the 2018 regular season and caught five balls for 71 yards.