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At Navy: Enters the fall as a starter at wide receiver opposite Tyler Carmona ... talented player that has all the tools to have a great senior season ... coaches expect him to step up this year and be a deep threat for the Navy passing game ... has earned three varsity letters.

2016: Played in every game, amassing 149 yards on six catches and a TD ... started the final two games of the season due to a season-ending injury to Tyler Carmona ... caught one pass for a gain of 10 yards against LA Tech in the Armed Forces Bowl ... made his first collegiate start in the Army game where he caught one pass for 29 yards ... his lone reception against Temple in the AAC Championship Game went for 17 yards ... caught a 34-yard TD pass from Will Worth in the victory over #6 Houston ... it was his first career receiving TD ... caught his first two passes of the season in the Mids’ loss at Air Force, including a career-long 42-yard reception.

2015: Appeared in all 13 contests ... scored a 23-yard touchdown on a reverse at Tulsa in what was his first collegiate carry ... it was also his first career touchdown ... chipped in a solo tackle on special teams in the win over SMU ... caught his first pass of the season and fourth of his career with a five-yard grab at Memphis.

2014: Played in all 13 contests where he made three catches for 39 yards ... caught a nine-yard pass in his first appearance in an Army-Navy game ... caught his first pass since the opener against Ohio State, when he made a 13-yard grab against San Jose State ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Ohio State where he caught the first Navy pass of the season ... made a 17-yard catch late in the opening quarter.

High School / Personal:  A 2014 graduate of Los Fresnos High School, Colon moved to Brownsville from Sherman, Texas prior to the start of his junior year ... an honorable mention all-district player his sophomore year and named first-team his junior and senior seasons ... also named first-team all-city and second-team all-area as a senior ... elected team captain as a senior ... excelled in the classroom, where he was named Academic All-State for basketball, football and track & field ... also considered Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown and Texas-San Antonio ... son of Javier and Laura Colon ... majoring in economics.

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