Coleman is multi-talented with the ball in his hands and yet could even find himself playing on the defensive side of the ball in college. Oklahoma is one of many schools that have taken notice of Coleman's abilities and they are recruiting Coleman on both sides of the ball at wide receiver and cornerback.
Coleman says he's not better at one position over the other.
"I think I'm pretty equal," Coleman said about playing wide receiver and cornerback. "Where ever I can get on the field the fastest and help the team."
At this early stage in his recruitment Coleman has seen quite a bit of interest from multiple schools.
The Sooners haven't offered Coleman but the speedy athlete has confidence that they will in the future.
"Yea I'm pretty sure they will," Coleman said about Oklahoma offering sometime down the road.
Back in December Coleman attended the Sooners first junior day. While on his visit Coleman got a chance to hang out with both wide receivers coach Jay Norvell and defensive backs coach Willie Martinez.
"Think they are pretty good guys they are pretty nice, down to earth guys," Coleman explained.
Coleman had been to Norman before this past summer at a camp. The environment just makes him feel like he's at home.
"I went there for a camp this summer. I felt really safe like I'm at home. I like a couple of players that I think are really good and work real hard."
When it comes to speed Coleman has plenty of it.
"I ran a 4.28," Coleman said."They timed it again and it was a 4.29 and then they timed it again and it was a 4.31. When I got it lasered it was a 4.31."
Not only does he play football but Coleman also runs track where he runs the 100m and 200m even though he prefers the 200 more where he claims a 21.7 as his fastest time.
"I run the 100 sometimes but I don't much like it. I'm really good at the 200. I went to the regionals in the 200 my freshman year and my sophomore year."
With his senior year right around the corner Coleman talked about what he will look to improve on for next season.
"Get stronger in the weight room definitely. And be a more precise route runner," Coleman said.
Midlands Recruiting Manager Greg Powers contributed to this report