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4-star WR Cameron Coleman is a fast-rising prospects in the class of 2024 out of Central-Phenix High School in Phenix City, Alabama. (Jeff Sentell/ DawgNation)

Cam Coleman: Fast-rising 2024 WR hears daily from the ‘Dawgs and expects to take an OV to UGA

Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s the Intel. This rep has the latest with 4-star WR Cam Coleman. He ranks as the nation’s No. 26 WR and the No. 152 overall prospect for 2024 on the 247Sports Composite ratings. The On3 Industry Ranking places him as the nation’s No. 15 WR and the No. 93 overall prospect for this cycle.


CARROLLTON - Cam Coleman had a play last fall against IMG Academy I will never forget.

The junior receiver had a snap for his Central-Phenix Red Devils where he popped the tackles of players that held about 120 collective offers. He broke at least five or six tackles on a play that should be a must-see HUDL when it comes to Coleman.

It was a slant. The ball was thrown behind him. The timing was off. Coleman still caught it and proceeded to evade or outright slip the tackles of six IMG Academy defenders. Some of those guys he evaded a couple of times.

It is wisely the first play on the HUDL film embedded below.

As crazy as it might sound, that’s no longer the scene that comes to mind for me with Coleman.

That one has been replaced by what he did all afternoon long at the Under Armour Next Atlanta camp last Sunday. He was one of the three best receivers there by anyone’s standard, if not the best.

“They are in my top schools,” Coleman said on Sunday at the Under Armour Next camp. “Their coaches are right over there. That means a lot to me. That means they really want me and they see the potential in me.”

Let’s stop right there for a quick second. I’ve never been talking to a prospect at a camp that could point over to a slew of Georgia assistants at the same camp. It was a very surreal moment for everyone involved.

“I’m looking forward to getting over there soon. I’m supposed to be setting up a visit. I think we are setting up a visit right now. I’m looking forward to getting up there. Getting over there with AJ.”

That “AJ” comment was made in reference to Georgia freshman cornerback AJ Harris. Harris played with Coleman last fall at Central-Phenix City. It sounds like Harris is not going to let Coleman go anywhere else but Georgia.

Well, within reason. He’s going to make sure that Coleman is extremely well-informed about the merits of being a ‘Dawg.

“Georgia is a great program,” Coleman said. “AJ tells me every day. I had called him and he’s was like he’s loving it up there. He wants me to experience it when I get up there. I’m looking forward to getting up there.”

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