"It went pretty well," said Key of the trip. "It was great to be around the coaches and catch up with them, and also get a good look at the facilities, and I had a good time. It was me and Gyasi that went up there."
The 6-5, 210-pound Key is a big armed passer who also has the luxury of handing the ball to a bevy of talented backs including Thomas. Last season Key completed 111-of-210 passes for 1,308 yards and threw for 14 touchdowns and just five interceptions. He is the younger brother of current NEO A&M quarterback Kason Key.
Coleman said he has received a few Junior Day invites, and plans on being at OU next weekend, Missouri on March 2, and possibly at the Arkansas event if it doesn't overlap.
Gyasi Aken is a 6-1, 216-pound linebacker at Broken Arrow who had 44 tackles and two interceptions last season. He already has scholarship offers reported from Clemson, Missouri and Arkansas State.