CB Justin Coleman Profile
CUTigers recently caught up with Brunswick High School (Ga.) 2011 cornerback prospect Justin Coleman for the latest on his recruiting.
Coleman recently told Louisville Scout.com affiliate InsidetheVille.com that Clemson is his favorite. But didn't claim any list of favorites while speaking to CUTigers.
"I do have a lot of interest in Clemson," he said.
West Virginia, Oklahoma State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Wisconsin have all offered. Along with Clemson, he hopes Florida comes through with an offer too.
He was in Clemson for Junior Day earlier this spring and has yet to schedule another visit to Tigertown. Coleman has already visited Clemson three times.
"I'm trying to see what other schools are looking like," he said.
Coleman would like to commit over the summer.
"I want to go to a school that's got a good academic program. Of course, the chance for me to play the first year," he said. "I want to play for good coaches too."
Recruiting coordinator/wide receivers coach serves as Coleman's main recruiter to Clemson.
As a junior, he made 89 tackles, had five interceptions and broke up seven passes.
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