A number of schools have made the drive up the Central Coast to check out Coleman, and several more are expected during the spring.
Coleman has visited Washington, UCLA and USC, taking in practices for the Huskies and Bruins.
"I liked Washington a lot," said Coleman. "I really like Coach (Joel) Thomas. He's a heck of a guy. Washington is a cool place. I watched a practice and it's really high-paced and they were working."
Coleman visited UCLA this spring as well, taking in a Bruin spring practice.
"UCLA was also pretty cool and they're really going to be a good team," said Coleman. "Coach (Steve) Broussard is a really good coach. I saw the drills that they were doing and some of their running backs are pretty fit for that offense."
Coleman has been paying a good deal of attention to the camp circuit, but soon, he says, he's going to take a step back.
"Spring ball is starting soon, so when it comes to everything else, camps and stuff, I'm going to shut down and focus on our team," said Coleman. "We want to win another CIF title and finally get to the state game."
Last fall, Coleman ran for over 2,000 yards and helped the Braves to an unbeaten season and a CIF-SS title, but in one of the biggest controversies of the season, were left out of the CIF State D-III title game.
"We're focused on that and that's our goal," said Coleman. "Recruiting will take care of itself, but I want to get that state championship."
Coleman said he's currently 210 pounds, but wants to put on another five pounds by the season's start.
"Once track ends, I'll be able to put another five pounds on, and I want to get to about 215 by the season," said Coleman.
Academically, Coleman is in great shape, with a 3.6 and will take the SAT next month.