When Alezay Coleman
got his hands on the ball last season, he made opponents pay double. A 5-foot-11, 175-pound free safety, he had seven interceptions and returned one of them for a touchdown.
Schools have noticed.
"He has started to get hot lately," Big Reds assistant Matt Bolles says. "Iowa, Purdue, Eastern Michigan, Central Michigan and California have all requested film and asked him to come to camp."
He is more than just a center-fielder though, and showed that last season.
"Alezay is a dynamic player. He is a terrific tackler and plays free safety with a attitude. He also is a very skilled receiver and is a long-snapper for us as well."
As for his summer plans, Bolles believes interest could increase once more schools see him in action. He does not have his full schedule set yet, but does know one he hopes to hit,
"He is probably going to Michigan camp this year and I know he really likes Iowa."
Muskegon (Mich.) junior defensive back Alezay Coleman was a ball-hawk last fall and has the interest of colleges looking to potentially add that playmaking ability to their secondary.
Muskegon (Mich.) junior defensive back was a ball-hawk last fall.