Lavon Coleman had an outstanding trip to Washington this past weekend even if the temperature dipped below his liking and the Lompoc, Calif., three-star running back said his commitment to the Huskies looks good.
"It was cool up there," Coleman said. "It was really cold up there, I'm not going to lie, it was cold up in Washington but it was fun seeing a lot of the group and a lot of other recruits so I had a lot of fun."
Still, the 5-foot-11, 210-pound prospect said even though his pledge to the Huskies is not wavering he would like to take two other official visits.
It's not that Coleman is in any way unhappy with Washington but it's a big decision for the Lompoc standout and he wants to make certain the right decision is being made.
Coleman, rated as the No. 42 running back in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, said he will ask permission of the Washington coaches to take two trips before signing day to two local schools.
"I am strongly committed to the University of Washington but I'm going to ask the coaches if I can take visits to Fresno State and UCLA," Coleman said.
"I just want to make 100 percent sure."
It seemed like after his visit this past weekend there was no question about his commitment to the Huskies.
Coleman spent time with a lot of other commits and hung out with players on the team. Through it all, the Lompoc recruit said he had an outstanding trip.
"I was mostly with Azeem (Victor), David (Ajamu) and we were with Shaq (Thompson) and Austin (Seferian-Jenkins) and (Deontae) Cooper so we were just chilling," Coleman said.
"We were hanging out the entire time and it was just a lot of fun."