I said in a post several months ago that Coleman was special. That post didn't get much traction, but I knew come outdoors people will be talking about him. When he ran 6.45 in 60m, I thought it was a fluke; that's faster than Bromell or DeGrasse ever ran in the NCAA and as a pro. I checked his stats and realized he ran 6.47 last year and several low 6.50s. For comparison 6.50 usually means sub-10 in the 100m, unless you are one of those 60m specialist. Then Coleman ran 20.11 indoors and it was a rap. 6.45 and 20.11 on an indoor track said there is no way this guy is not going to be great at the 100m.
With all of that said, I doubt Coleman will run faster than 9.82 this season, but I don't see anyone else running faster either.