"Nothing is going on," said Mr Coffman of his 6-2, 190-pound son's recruitment. "It's still pretty much the same, Oklahoma State is where he's committed, but he is looking at some other schools like Texas A&M, OU, and now maybe LSU has come into the picture. They are recruting him now."
The LSU story is interesting in that it violates a long-time honor code among coaches not to go back and recruit prospects who had committed to you at the previous school. My understanding is that Miles is forcing his assistants to go back to these prospects and recruit them against their wishes.
"We will likely go to Texas A&M next weekend, but I'll still take him up to visit Oklahoma State," added Mr. Coffman. "I know he wants to play in the Coca-Cola All-Star, but we'll see about it."
Recruiting: Gremon Coffman
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