Coleman becomes OSU recruiter

Four star cornerback and Ohio State commitment Kurt Coleman made his official visit to OSU this weekend. While in Columbus Coleman became a recruiter for the Buckeyes.
"I worked on (Florida defensive back) Ryan Hill," Coleman said. "I think he liked it a lot. The Glenville guys (Ray Small, Robert Rose, and Bryant Browning) really liked it. And Jason (Adjepong), I think he had a really good time. I talked to him a lot."
Coleman had a good time himself
"The visit was great," he said. "It was so much fun. I really liked hanging out with everyone.
"The first night I hung out with the football players. I talked a lot to the coaches on Saturday. I met Butch Reynolds and the strength coach. And we toured the campus that day.
"We went to the stadium and had dinner in the press box on Saturday night."
The 5-foot-11 and 180 pound Coleman had scholarship offers from Ohio State, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Iowa and many others before committing to the Buckeyes in late June.
During his senior season Coleman led his team to an 8-3 record. He made 114 tackles and intercepted three passes. Coleman also caught 24 passes and scored three times on either punt or kickoff returns.