The great Northwest is home to one of the best defensive tackle prospects from the western region if not the best in four-star Deandre Coleman (6-5, 280, 5.2) from Seattle (Wash.) Garfield.
Coleman already has offers from Washington and Oregon while he is being recruited by the entire Pac 10 except Washington State.
Other schools on the hot on the recruiting trail for Coleman are Texas A&M, Colorado, Florida, LSU and Florida State amongst a host of other schools.
UCLA or USC called Coleman's coach on Wednesday, but he wasn't sure which of the two schools it was but it was one of the two Pac 10 Los Angeles schools.
"Washington is my top school right now, but I also like Oregon, USC, UCLA, Cal, Arizona, Colorado, LSU and Texas A&M," Coleman said. "I am very opened minded what school I'll attend and I'm not sure if I will be an early or late commit.
"I would like to play for a school that has a good defense and good coaches," Coleman said. "A good location will also be key. Distance shouldn't be a problem because my family said they will visit wherever I go.
"As far as camps go I am planning on attending the USC Elite Camp and the NIKE Camp that will be held in Palo Alto in May," Coleman said. "Those are the only two camps that I have scheduled so far.
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.
This skilled big man will see his offers rise as the spring recruiting session progresses.