Horns Set To Scout Houston-Area DE

One of the fastest rising defensive line prospects in the state of Texas is Fort Bend Marshall's Jeremy Coleman. He has racked up a number of offers over the past couple of months and was very impressive at the recent Scout.com combine in Dallas. Who is in the lead for this standout defensive end?

"My top schools would probably have to be Texas A&M and Texas," Jeremy Coleman told Inside Texas. "When I went down there for their junior days, I had a lot of fun. They both have great coaches and great student athletes. Both are good environments and are close to home. They also have top of the line facilities and very good academics."

Coleman does not have an offer from either the Longhorns or the Aggies, but the Texas coaching staff is scheduled to take a visit to watch Coleman in spring practice.

"Yes sir, the coaches said that they are going to come and see me sometime during spring practice. So, they should come down around the middle of April," Coleman said.

Coleman has been racking up scholarship offers rather frequently over the past couple of months. His total is already up to seven.

"I have offers from Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Baylor, TCU, Indiana, UTEP and Tulsa," Coleman said.

Coleman was one of only four defensive linemen at the Scout.com combine in Dallas named to the all-combine team.

"I makes me fell real good. There were a lot of people at that combine too. To know that I made the all-combine team out of four defensive linemen picked, that's wonderful," Coleman said.


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