Three-star Tampa Gaither standout Chance Coleman decommitted from USF football’s 2020 class on Thursday.The hometown product was one of a handful of verbal commits who did not sign his national letter of intent during day one of the early signing period on Wednesday.
Recruitment open ... pic.twitter.com/Wpz9Pc2GmJ— chance coleman #️⃣8️⃣ (@chancecoleman02) December 19, 2019
Coleman verbally committed to USF all the way back in March, becoming the first member of what was then known as the #20Strong class.
As a senior at Gaither this season, he contributed in a major to one of the Cowboys’ most successful campaigns in school history. During their run to the Class 6A semifinals, he accumulated 89 tackles (seven for loss), five sacks and a forced fumble. Offensively, he led the team in rushing with 96 carries for 628 yards and nine touchdowns.
Per 247, Coleman still has offers from Cincinnati, Colorado State and FAU.
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