"I am hearing from Ole Miss
, Middle Tennessee
, and a lot of other schools," said Bradley Coleman
. I am getting a whole bunch of mail all of the time, but I have not been offered by anyone yet. I think schools want to see me play this year and then I think I will get some offers."
If Coleman had his choice, he would play in the Southeastern Conference. He loves the competition in the SEC and he knows it produces a lot of top players year after year.
Georgia is a school of interest for him, but a school outside the SEC that he likes is Cincinnati. The Bearcats have an offense he likes.
"I know they are going to throw it around, spread the ball out, and give receivers a chance to make plays. I think I would fit in good there or a system like that."
Although he is anxious to pick up that first offer, the 6-foot-5, 200 pound wide receiver is not thinking too much about it.
"I just want to help the team win and do what I can to make us better. If I go out and block, run my routes, make the plays when there are opportunities, then everything else will play out like it is supposed to. I am not worrying about stats or anything like that. I will just keep working hard and let everything work out how it is supposed to."
NORCROSS, Ga. – After being the secondary receiver last season behind senior Geremy Davis, Bradley Coleman is ready to become the go-to man in 2010. He is receiving a lot of mail, but he has yet to pick up his first offer.
A lot of mail coming Coleman's way
This 2011 WR is looking for his first offer…
South Recruiting Manager
Sep 8, 2010