persisted over the past few months that if
"I went down to the school and told all of the coaches today," Coleman said. "They welcomed me with open arms and welcomed me to the family."
"They offered about two weeks ago. They called, Coach McNair and Coach Carroll, and told me then."
"I love the coaching staff, they're a winning program, and it's close to home so my family can come see me play. They like me as an athlete. They've talked about safety, running back, linebacker…they really don't know yet. They're going to evaluate me when I get down there."
"Coach Carroll, he's a really motivating coach, and I like that. He's just more into it, more involved than most coaches. He really cares. And if you can play, he's going to play you."
Standing 6'1 and 220 pounds with 4.5 speed, Coleman is a tremendous
athlete who currently stars at quarterback and safety for his
His impressive play has carried on into this season as evidenced by his
recent performance in his team's victory over Rancho Verde this past
weekend. In that game, Coleman did
it all as he passed for 257 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he also rushed for 128
The Trojans outlasted Notre Dame,
Coleman has no plans to visit any other schools and will be in attendance at the USC-Washington game in two weeks at the Coliseum.