Signed by Green Bay as a non-drafted free agent on May 8, 2015…Finished his college career at Stony Brook after spending a year at Maryland (2011)…A three-year letterman at Stony Brook, he played in 35 games with 19 starts…Finished his career with 82 receptions for 1,335 yards (16.3 avg.) and 10 TDs, and returned seven kicks for 88 yards (12.6 avg.)…Started 11 of the 12 games he appeared in as a senior in 2014… Named third-team All-Colonial Athletic Association after recording career highs in receptions (43), receiving yards (664) and TDs (six), including three 100-yard games…Hauled in a 61-yard TD pass after outjumping a defender down the left seam vs. Bryant (Aug. 28)…Had two catches for 50 yards (25.0 avg.) at Connecticut (Sept. 6)…Caught seven passes for 124 yards (17.7 avg.), including a career-long 83-yard TD, vs. William & Mary (Sept. 27)…Led the Seawolves with 51 yards and a TD at Elon (Oct. 18)…Had eight catches for 101 yards (12.6 avg.) and a score at New Hampshire (Oct. 25)…Converted a slant pattern into a 43-yard TD vs. James Madison (Nov. 8)…Snagged six passes for 117 yards (19.5 avg.), including a 79-yard TD, at Albany (Nov. 22)…Played in 10 games with eight starts as a junior in 2013 and registered 31 receptions for 544 yards (17.5 avg.) and three TDs…Hauled in three passes for 42 yards (14.0 avg.) and a TD in the 24-0 season-opening win at Rhode Island (Sept. 7)…Snagged seven balls for 101 yards (14.4) in a five-overtime loss at Buffalo (Sept. 14)…Caught a 63-yard TD vs. Bryant (Oct. 5)…Totaled 68 yards on three receptions (22.7 avg.) vs. New Hampshire (Oct. 26)…Had a career day at James Madison (Nov. 16), setting career highs in catches (nine) and yards (183)…Also hauled in a pass and eluded three tackles down the right sideline for a 75-yard touchdown in the 41-38 win at JMU…Appeared in all 13 games after transferring to Stony Brook from Maryland as a sophomore in 2012 and caught 10 passes for 127 yards (12.7 avg.) and a score…Also returned seven kicks for 88 yards (12.6 avg.)…Hauled in a 19-yard TD for his first career reception with Stony Brook in the season opener vs. Central Connecticut (Sept. 1)…Snagged two balls for 17 yards (8.5 avg.) at Presbyterian (Oct. 27)…Made a 21-yard reception vs. Virginia Military Institute (Nov. 3)…Caught three passes for 37 yards (12.3 avg.) at Liberty (Nov. 10)…Made his collegiate debut for Maryland as a redshirt freshman in 2011…Played in nine games and caught four passes for 90 yards (22.5 avg.) and a TD…Recorded three catches for 78 yards (26.0 avg.) and a 55-yard score vs. Boston College (Oct. 29)…Sat out due to NCAA rules after transferring to Maryland from Florida in the preseason as a freshman in 2010, but was named the Terrapins’ scout team offensive player of the week leading up to the Morgan State game (Sept. 11)…Earned degrees in business, African studies and art…Graduated from Baltimore (Md.) City College, where he earned four letters as a QB, WR, RB and CB…Ranked as a four-star prospect and the No. 19 WR in the nation by Scout.com…Rated the No. 20 WR by PrepStar in the Top 150 Dream Team…As a senior in 2009, he rushed for more than 1,280 yards with 11 TDs as a quarterback, including four games with 200-plus yards rushing…Also threw for 650 yards and eight TDs…Earned first-team All-Baltimore and second-team all-metro honors in 2008 after finishing his junior season with 40 catches for 987 yards (24.7 avg.) and 12 TDs…Volunteered at a cancer foundation throughout his time at Stony Brook…Single, lives in Baltimore…Has a 1-year-old son, Adrian Jr. …Given name is Adrian Sean Coxson; nickname is “AC”…Born in Baltimore.