WEST MESQUITE — Per a Friday morning report by Scout.com’s Greg Powers, 6-foot-2 and 205-pound Dayven Coleman has dropped his commitment to the University of California-Los Angeles.
Coleman, a senior linebacker and defensive back at West Mesquite High School, committed to UCLA back in June but informed the UCLA coaching staff and the media that he was de-committing from the Bruins and re-opening his recruitment.
“I just got off the phone with ‘Coach Meat’ (UCLA defensive backs coach Demetrice Martin) from UCLA and I told him I was decommitting,” Coleman said to Scout.com.
Coleman stated he is completely opening up his recruitment and heading in a different direction altogether. According to the 247Sports 3-star athlete, UCLA is no longer a school that he will be considering as a factor in the process.
“I’m no longer interested in UCLA,” Coleman confirmed. “It has nothing to do with UCLA. I think they are a great school and a great program, I just don’t see myself playing there for the next four years this is a 40-year decision, not a four-year (decision).”
In eight games as a senior, Coleman has collected 61 tackles, seven tackles for a loss, forced three fumbles, and one interception.
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