Youngstown (Ohio) Ursuline three-star offensive guard Harold Coates played like one of the best players in the state down the stretch during the run to the state championship game in Ohio.
The 6-foot-2, 310-pounder dominated on both sides of the football – doing damage at guard and also at defensive tackle.
Ursuline wasn't able to win the state title, but Coates played his heart out and there's no question that somebody will be lucky to land him.
Coates said he's still working on reaching his qualifying test score status, but that's not stopped schools like Illinois, Indiana, N.C. State, Marshall, Ohio and other MAC schools from offering. Coates, though, said he's not really thinking too much about the process at this point.
"You'll probably have to call me back more in January, because I'll know more by then," Coates said. "There's nothing really new right now. I am still trying to figure everything out. I still have the same offers that I have had for a while now. I don't have any visits planned or a timetable for a decision.
"I don't even have any favorites or anything like that. I'm just trying to sort through everything."