Coffman's Gut Still Unsure

"They've (Alabama) been calling me a bit," said Missouri quarterback Cameron Coffman. "They said they don't have any scholarship offers left right now, but that I'm high on the list if something opens up." Coffman has already officially visited Wyoming and Arizona State. "I'll choose whenever I feel ready. I'll pray about it and just go with my gut feeling. If I had a leader now, I'd..."

Cameron Coffman, the 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star quarterback from Raymore-Peculiar High School in Peculiar, Mo., does not have a time frame for making a decision, but says he's down to four schools.

Coffman, ranked as the No. 38 quarterback in the country by Scout.com, now denies a leader but favors Arizona State, Toledo, Wyoming and Alabama. All have offered, except the Tide.

"They've (Alabama) been calling me a bit," he said. "They said they don't have any scholarship offers left right now, but that I'm high on the list if something opens up."

He took his first official visit on Oct. 15 to Wyoming. "I really like Wyoming and I'm pretty comfortable there already," he said. "My sister plays volleyball there, so I've been there a few times. It's a nice place."

Coffman took his second trip on Nov. 13 to Arizona State. He also had an in-home visit from Sun Devils' offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone last week. "He tells me that he thinks I'd fit in really well with their offense," he said. "He likes how I am able to make plays with my feet.

"I've been there two times already and I really like it," he said about Tempe. "The weather there is great and I can see myself going there."

Coffman also had an in-home visit from Toledo last week as well and hopes to take an official trip to Toledo in January. "I like the spread they run," he said. "They've got a young staff with great energy."

"I'll choose whenever I feel ready," he said. "I'll pray about it and just go with my gut feeling.

"If I had a leader now, I'd probably commit," he said.

Coffman finished his senior season (6-5) with 3,300 yards passing, 25 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He also rushed for 680 yards and eight touchdowns.

He reports a 3.4 GPA and a 23 ACT.


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