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Four-star has top three

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Four-star defensive tackle/offensive tackle Deandre Coleman (6-5, 285, 5.2) from Seattle (Wash.) Garfield has several offers on the table, but he has three top schools at the moment.
The Garfield four-star has offers from the likes of Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Texas A&M, and LSU.
"UDub (Washington), Cal and Arizona State are leading the pack," Coleman said. "I like Coach Tyrone Willingham and I think I will start earlier there. I like the atmosphere at UDub and it is close to home."
"Cal is up and coming, plus I like Coach Tosh Lupoi, who will be my position coach if I go there," Coleman said. "I also feel I will have a chance to start early there, too."
"I like how Arizona State is up and coming," Coleman said. "I like Coach Dennis Erickson and like the others, I feel I have a good chance for early playing time at ASU."
"I'm not sure when I will make my decision," Coleman said. "I want to take some visits first."
What is Coleman looking for in a school?
"I want a school that has good academics," Coleman said. "For football, I want to go to a school where I have a chance for early playing time. I also want to be cool with the coaching staff."
The scouting report on Coleman is he's two-way standout at both defensive tackle and offensive tackle. He dominates on both sides of the ball. He's a hard worker and dedicated to the game of football.
Coleman has the talent to play on either side of the football and he doesn't really have a strong preference, but he would love to play defense on the collegiate level. He's fine with either side though.
Coleman was a first-team all-league performer as a defensive player his junior season.
Coleman is a member of the Rivals.com Rivals100 for the class of 2009 landing as the nation's No. 84 prospect at any position. Rivals.com ranks Coleman as the country's No. 7 defensive tackle pros 2009 and he earned a spot on the Rivals.com Washington Preseason Top 20 team landing as the Evergreen State's No. 1 prospect at any position.
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