"I like Baylor and you can say that they are my number one school," said Coleman enthusiastically. "I was there about three weeks ago. I like the coaches and they are all really down to earth.
"Clemson is talking to me a lot. I have heard from Oklahoma State, West Virginia. I get a lot of e-mails and I haven't erased them but I haven't read them all."
Coleman said he will be in Fort Worth on Saturday at TCU for the Nike Skills Camp which will coincide with the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp at the same location.
Coleman has struck up friendships with several quarterbacks during the camps and he acknowledged one quarterback he likes working with is Highland Park quarterback Brady Burgin.
Last season Coleman scored 24 total touchdowns. He caught 68 passes for 1,003 yards and 11 touchdowns. He ran for 426 yards and another 11 scores. His other two touchdowns came on special teams on returns.