Walnut’s Aubrey Coleman not going to Washington right away, will go to junior college in Kansas first

Walnut’s 6-foot-5 wide receiver Aubrey Coleman intended on signing a national letter of intent to play football at the University of Washginton, but he told Dawgman.com because of his grades, he will attend Fort Scott Community College in Kansas. He still intends to go to Washington.
“I’m all set to head out to Kansas and play at Fort Scott for the next two years,” Coleman told Dawgman.com. “I was getting good grades, but I didn’t have the right classes for my credits to count toward my core GPA so, I talked with (Washington cornerbacks) coach (Demetrice Martin) and he gave me a number to call. I guess there is a former coach from Mount San Antonio, where coach Martin was, and he said I should call him, so I did and he’s out at Fort Scott now. I’m definitely planning on it (going to Washington), but it’s a ways away. I want to be a Husky and I like the staff and the direction of their program. We’ll see if they still want me. My plan is to go there when I’m done.”

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  • David Acevedo

    Aubrey’s senior highlights http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKBD3TtPoWE

  • LA Conq

    If what Aubrey is saying is true…then SHAME on the school! It is the counselor’s responsibility to make sure their student athlete’s meet the CIF clearning house and University requirements!

    Now the other possibility is that Aubrey was taking the right classes and just didn’t pass all the ones he needed to. In that case…shame on Aubrey for losing focus.

    Saw the kid play this year and he is legit! Hope he can get back on the right track soon.

  • David Acevedo

    sorry this is the link for anyone who wants to see