Nickell Robey-Coleman | Slot God | #23

Nickell Robey-Coleman is headed into his eighth NFL season as a cornerback for the Philadelphia Eagles. He was originally signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2013 after playing college football at University of Southern California.  Robey-Coleman, a native of Frostproof, Florida, attended Frostproof Middle-Senior High School, where he played multiple positions for the Bulldogs. There Nickell became a four-star recruit and ranked the ninth-best cornerback coming out of high school by 

USC Days

At USC, Robey-Coleman transitioned to cornerback after playing wide receiver in high school. He was a designated starter his freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons for the Trojans before deciding to forgo his senior season to enter into the 2013 NFL Draft

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Slot God

Playing as a slot-corner, the 5-foot-8, 180-pound Robey-Coleman helped the Rams win the NFC West in 2017 and reach the Super Bowl in 2108.

Promise Kept

In May 2019, Nickell finished his college degree, a promise he made to his mother Maxine Coleman, who died of heart failure at age 44, just 2 weeks after he signed with the Trojans.  Robey- Coleman is now an official USC graduate with degree in policy, planning and development, with an emphasis in real estate development. 


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