Massive wide receiver Brandon Coleman out of Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara took two visits in the past couple days. The 6-foot-6, 200-pounder plans to take two more in the next week.
"I went to Virginia for the first time on Wednesday and enjoyed it," he said. "Then I went to Maryland yesterday."
How were the trips?
"I liked Virginia's coaches. I got a good feeling for the system there. Virginia mentioned how they are going to run a no huddle offense and rotate five to seven receivers and move me around to cause matchup problems," he stated. "At Maryland, I got a chance to talk to Darrius Heyward-Bey. He gave me some pointers, that was cool. Maryland thinks I can be a playmaker and cause matchup problems too."
Where is Coleman headed next?
"I'm planning to go to Wake Forest this weekend for their spring game and I think Virginia Tech next weekend for their game," he said. "I want to visit both of those because they have offered and are within driving distance."
Offers are rising for Coleman who is up to 11 scholarships with his latest coming from Stanford.
The Maryland prospect maintains no leaders at this point.
"I still have no favorites," he said. "I'm in the middle of planning my summer though. I'll probably just do a few one day camps."
Coleman registered 35 receptions for 550-yards and eight touchdowns as a junior.