Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway linebacker Jaylen Coleman isn't on the cusp of a decision but one school is still out in front of the competition.
Last month Coleman admitted that Cincinnati was his leader at the time. Now that we've rolled into September that remains unchanged.
"Cincinnati is still number one," Coleman said, even acknowledging that the Bearcats are number one by a good margin.
Last month the 6-foot-1, 220-pound linebacker said Virginia was probably his number two school. That, too, remains unchanged.
On September 1 college coaches could start to contact recruits.
"I heard from a bunch of schools," Coleman recalled. "I heard from Cincinnati, Virginia, West Virginia and some others.
"I heard from Pitt, too, even though they pulled my scholarship. They're still talking to me and sending me mail."
Coleman said he plans on taking official visits to Cincinnati, West Virginia, and Virginia. The Bearcats and Mountaineers have offered while the Cavaliers have not.
He said those visits will probably begin after his second game next week.