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Coleman Sees Improvement
Shun Coleman profile "I think things have gone pretty good so far," said Shun. "We have had to overcome some inexperience. People have learned that if they go hard every play and execute, we're going to win. We're coming together and we will have a good run in the playoffs." Heading into the season the offensive line was expected to be the strength of the team. The unit has had it's ups and downs, but Shun believes things are improving with each week. "We have had our good games and we have had our problems," said Coleman. "We have played pretty good, but we still have somethings we can work on. "I know I am a lot stronger than I was last year because I have gained some weight. I believe we have a good offensive line and we are getting better all the time." Despite his committed status, several schools have stayed in hot pursuit. "Everybody that offered me is still recruiting me," said Coleman. "Auburn hasn't really told me anything about any other schools. They have just talked about what they're doing and what their plans are for me. Many prospects take advantage of free tickets just about every weekend during the college football season. So far, Coleman has not attended any games. "I have not really been any where, but I want to go to the Iron Bowl. It's at Auburn this weekend," said the talented offensive lineman. "I want to take all of my official visits, but that will be after the season when I have had a chance to think about everything."
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