Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, May 3, 2015

In a year full of talented Big Ten running backs, Tevin Coleman often was overlooked.

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Coleman had a similar experience in the 2015 NFL Draft, as the former Indiana star was the fifth running back off the board, going No. 73 to the Atlanta Falcons.

Coleman's family invited BTN to its watch party in Park Forest, Illinois, and we were able to talk to the man of the hour and his father, Wistor.

Our cameras also captured the attendees' reactions to the T.J. Yeldon and Ameer Abdullah picks, among others, that preceded Coleman.

"I was a little nervous, just waiting and hoping my name would get called," Coleman said in the video feature above. "That didn't happen, and I kept waiting. God had a plan for me to go in the third round and I'm happy about that."

Coleman rushed for 2,036 yards in 2014, becoming just the 18th player in FBS history to reach 2,000 yards in a season, en route to being named Indiana's third unanimous All-American and finishing seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting.