Baylor record-setting junior WR Coleman introduced with seniors, looking to NFL Draft?

Published Dec. 5, 2015 2:07 p.m. ET

WACO, Texas -- Baylor junior receiver Corey Coleman appears to have decided to bypass his senior season with the No. 12 Bears for early entry into the NFL Draft.

Coleman, the FBS leader with 20 touchdown catches, was introduced as part of senior recognition before Saturday's regular-season finale against Texas. That is an indication that the third-year starting receiver is playing his final home game.

Coleman had indicated earlier this week that he was seriously considering early entry into the NFL Draft.

Going into the game, Coleman was third among FBS receivers with 119.5 yards receiving per game. He had 67 catches, with 20 of those going for at least 30 yards.

The Bears also still have a bowl game to play.