Coffman's Big Three

"Some other offers could start coming in too," Cameron Coffman said. "LSU has been calling me and though they've already had a quarterback commit, they're taking two this year. They've offered a couple other guys and are going to see what they do before they end up offering me. I've also got film out to Notre Dame and Wisconsin and have been talking with the coaches there a bit..."

Cameron Coffman, the 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star quarterback from Raymore-Peculiar High School in Peculiar, Mo., says he's primarily narrowed his focus to three schools – Wyoming, Arizona State and Toledo. All have offered.

"Iowa State, Nebraska and Kansas State have all fallen off because they've had people commit at my position and are not interested anymore," he said. "I don't have a leader out of my top three schools and am staying open to everything and taking my visits and just seeing if I get more offers.

"Some other offers could start coming in too," he said. "LSU has been calling me and though they've already had a quarterback commit, they're taking two this year. They've offered a couple other guys and are going to see what they do before they end up offering me. I've also got film out to Notre Dame and Wisconsin and have been talking with the coaches there a bit."

Coffman says he'll be out at ASU for an official visit when the Sun Devils take on Stanford this weekend. He also says he's working with setting up a trip to Toledo but has not settled on an official date.

"I'm really looking forward to my trip to ASU," he said. "I want to learn more about the program and meet the coaches. I hope it's a good game between them and Stanford because Stanford is ranked high.

The QB coach at ASU has also been great to talk to," Coffman said. "I like how they have nice weather and though their record doesn't show it, they've been in a lot of close games. They've got some young players and are up-and-coming, so I think they'll be good in their conference in a couple of years.

"I also like how Wyoming and Toledo run the spread offense," he said. "I'm also really comfortable with the offensive coordinator at Wyoming because he was the coach at Missouri when my brother went there, so I know them really well."

Raymore-Peculiar (6-5) lost to Blue Springs in the first round of playoffs last week.

Coffman says he finished the season with 3,300 yards passing, 25 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He also says he totaled 680 yards rushing and had eight rushing touchdowns.

He reports a 3.4 GPA and a 23 ACT with no plans to retake the test.


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