Lavon Coleman might have found his next home.
The three-star running back from Lompoc, Calif., is visiting Washington late this week and into the weekend and he said there is a good possibility he could make his commitment while on his unofficial visit.
"I think I'm committing while I'm up there this weekend," Coleman said. "I think that's the school.
"I have a great feel for them. I've been up there already. I've met the whole staff. I met everybody. I've seen some of the people around the school so they're already the school I want to go to. I'm thinking this could be the weekend."
Coleman, a 5-foot-11, 210-pound prospect, has said for some time that he likes Washington more than others recruiting him and he's seen some programs back off in recent weeks.
The Lompoc standout is not sure why but he's really not too concerned about it because Washington is his clear-cut leader at this point.
"I'm hearing just from Washington," Coleman said.
"No one checks in with my coach. Utah hit me up so I'll call them but no one else seems to be getting in contact with me. I don't want to waste my time with people who aren't interested in me."
Coleman has offers from Arizona, Boise State, Cal, Fresno State, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State and had been hearing from some others.
Rivals.com rates Coleman as the No. 38 running back in the 2013 class and No. 56 in the California state rankings.