UCLA Football Earns Commit From Dynamic Cornerback From Texas

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Chase “Da Bank” Coleman announced via Twitter his intent to play for UCLA Football come the fall of 2025. The Bruins extended a scholarship offer just a week ago and he seemingly jumped at the opportunity to play football for DeShaun Foster.

UCLA Football Lands 2nd CB Commit For 2025

The 6’2″ 160 lbs cornerback had received offers from Bethune-Cookman and North Texas.

He is the third commit to the 2025 class and the second defensive back to do so since Foster’s hiring in late February.

As a junior at Memorial High School, Coleman compiled 26 total tackles, two interceptions, four passes defended, and a blocked punt. He also competed in track and field as a long and triple jumper.

Gabe Brooks, a scout from 247 Sports writes the following about Coleman: “

“Taller, leaner, wiry-framed cover corner who’s shown capability to play on a perimeter island. Quicker-footed than your average long-framed cover man. Displays promising technical awareness and stays in phase to remain sticky downfield. Flashes some catch-point disruptiveness thanks to longer levers. Shows a willingness to get involved in the run game that should improve with added mass and strength. Projects as a quality FBS corner prospect who can fit multiple schemes. Could become a P4-caliber starter with developmental upside given frame specs.”

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