Acquired: Selected in the first round (5th overall) by Edmonton in the 2011 CFL Canadian Draft.
2013: (Edmonton) In 18 games (18 starts), Coehoorn has 49 catches for 646 yards (13.2 yd. avg). In the season opener against Saskatchewan, Coehoorn recorded a career-high seven catches. In Week 4 against BC, Coehoorn obtained his first career 100-yard receiving game with a six catch, 103-yard performance. In Week 16 against Saskatchewan, Coehoorn had six catches for 41 yards, which surpassed Coehoorn's previous career-high in receiving yards of 576. In Week 18 against BC, Coehoorn caught four passes for 29 yards, which surpassed his previous career-high (45) in receptions with 48.
2012: (Edmonton) Playing in all 18 games (18 starts) Coehoorn was the third-leading receiver on the team with 45 catches for 576 yards and a touchdown. He also had two tackles on special teams. He caught his first CFL touchdown on Oct. 13 against Saskatchewan in a 37-20 victory in which he led the team with 77 yards receiving. Coehoorn also started the Eastern Divsion semifinal and had two catches for 49 yards and a touchdown. He also had a tackle on special teams.
2011: (Edmonton) Coehoorn played in 10 games on special teams and saw limited action at receiver, getting his first CFL catch in Toronto on Oct. 21. He finished the year with two catches for 29 yards and four special teams tackles. He was on the 1-game injured list for four games and the reserve list for four games. Coehoorn also played in the Western Division semifinal and Western Division final.
College/Personal: Coehoorn was the Calgary Dinos leading receiver in 2010 with 28 catches for 416 yards and was named a Canada West All-Star for three consecutive seasons. He also led the Dinos in all-purpose yards with 1,025 and led the Canada West in punt return yardage with 494 yards on 42 attempts. Coehoorn spent two years playing junior football with the Calgary Colts and Okanagan Sun before joining the Dinos. He graduated from Medicine Hat High School where we won a provincial championship. His older brothers Trevor (defensive end) and Cory (defensive back) also played at the University of Calgary.