"The season was great. I was more of an outside backer this year. We went 9-2, won our bowl game. I had a great season, and recruitment is really nice right now. I'm being recruited by Memphis, Wyoming, Idaho, and Weber State and a couple of smaller Division-II programs," he said.
Coleman, who has two years of eligibility, is coming off his first season with the Tigers after spending two seasons, including his redshirt year, at Idaho State.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound prospect currently holds an offer from Weber State and had made plans to take his first visit this weekend.
"I leave on Friday for a visit to Memphis, so hopefully they offer there," he said.
Coleman says it is also likely he'll take additional visits.
"Idaho is pretty interested, as is Wyoming. Right now, I'm just weighing out my options. I'm not leaning toward any specific school; I'm just still trying to figure out what's the best fit for me. I want to see the campus, see how I could fit into those schools," he said.
With less than a week before the Junior College signing period begins, Coleman is eager to make his decision.
"I am really hoping to join a program in January so I can participate in spring football," he said.