Dallan ‘Deebo’ Coleman talks recent Memphis visit, eying four spring officials and a new program involved

Dallan ‘Deebo’ Coleman is ranked amongst the Top-40 juniors in the country by multiple outlets. Coleman is originally from the Memphis area but now plays his high school ball at Nassau County in Florida.

With Coleman being from Memphis, Penny Hardaway and his staff made sure they’d start prioritizing the guard and that meant hosting him for a recent unofficial visit on December 28th. He’s leave that visit with an offer.

“My visit to Memphis went well. The treated me with hospitality,” Coleman told Stockrisers.com

In addition, he got to watch a practice and a game. He enjoyed both and even pointed out how he’s impressed with the way they broke down the bigs and the guards during practice. Also loved the ‘NBA-styles warmups’ that they did prior to game.

As for his recruitment, he’s being targeted by many programs varying from the SEC to the Big-12 to the ACC and so on.

Coleman says that he plans on taking official visits to Alabama, Oklahoma State, Memphis and Iowa State during the spring. He’s visited both Alabama and Memphis of the official capacity and both schools have prioritized him, leading to potential official visit come spring.

A new program is also involved for Coleman as he says that Louisville has reached out to him and will begin recruiting him hard.

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