"I wasn't really surprised," said Coleman. "It kind of looked like the coaches weren't going to be there. Maybe it's a good thing. We'll find out."
On Monday evening, Coleman ended up receiving an offer from USC.
"USC offered me (Monday) as a tailback. I'm taking an official visit to USC this weekend," said Coleman. "San Diego State is the other school who's been talking to me a lot."
Coleman said the offer from the Trojans further skews things for him.
"My options are kind of opening right now," said Coleman. "I'm worried that a new coach could come in and not be interested in me. It's a win-win situation wherever I go, UCLA or USC. I want to make a decision that I won't regret and find out all the information. It actually is stressful again."
Coleman said he would make a final decision on his commitment after he took an official visit to UCLA, which he's planning to do on December 15th.
"After I take those official visits, I'll know," said Coleman. "I'll want to see how long the process at UCLA will be."