GoMids.com: How often do you hear from Navy?
Chase Coleman: I hear from Navy pretty often, they send me alot of letters to my house and school about Navy.
GM: What are some of the things you like about Navy?
CC: I like that Navy has a tradition of always winning and I know that it is not too far away from home, which is a plus.
GM: What do you feel makes you a great player?
CC: I feel that I'm always making plays and my coverage makes me a great player. No matter where I am on the field, I will always make a play to help my team be successful.
GM: What position are you being recruited to play at Navy?
CC: Navy is recruiting me as a cornerback and also at the returner spots.
GM: What were some of your stats/awards/recognition from your junior season?
CC: I was named to 1st team all-region by a local newspaper and Honorable Mention All-Region by the Coaches. I was Week 4 and Week 5 Player of the Week. I was selected to the risingseniors.com All-Junior Bowl Game.
GM: Have you visited Navy? If yes, how did it go? If no, are you planning a visit?
CC: I have not visited Navy, but I do plan on visiting sometime during the season to watch a game and visit the facilities.
GM: What are your favorite schools right now? Which have offered you?
CC: My top schools right now are; UCLA, Michigan State, Middle Tennessee State, and Miami. I have visited all these schools so far, which is why they are in my top and as I visit more schools, then I will start making my cuts. I have no offers right now, but hopefully they will be coming in by the end of summer.
NOTE: Coleman also shared that he is now being recruited by Cincinnati, Air Force, and Southern Cal.
Coleman plans Navy visit
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