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HIGH SCHOOL

Seth Coleman

Defensive End
6′5″ / 200 lbs
Melbourne, FL
Holy Trinity Episcopal
Class of 2019
Rating: 88
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Rating: 83.5
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Illinois
Committed
Baylor
Medium
Navy
Medium
Nebraska
Medium
South Florida
Medium
TCU
Medium
Utah
Medium
Virginia
Medium
Western Kentucky
Medium
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Tracker & Updates: Multiple prospects still in play for Baylor
3 yr ago by SicEm365 Staff
Tracker & Updates: Multiple prospects still in play for Baylor
The early signing for college football has arrived and the Baylor Bears look to close out their 2019 recruiting on a strong note. As potential commitments continue to linger, SicEm365 continuously updates our subscribers on the prospects who have signed as the begin to file in on Wednesday, Dec. 19.
Grayson Grundhoefer
3 yr ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Note on Seth Coleman
Something has been off about his recruitment and I had been trying to find out why but now I just confirmed my suspicions. Defensive end Seth Coleman (Melbourne, FL/Holy Trinity) will not be signing tomorrow. He has decided to wait and sign in February. I will try to get more information on this soon.
Prediction Tank: Can the Bears close strong to finish the 2019 class?
3 yr ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Prediction Tank: Can the Bears close strong to finish the 2019 class?
With just one more day till the Early signing Day, SicEm365s Grayson Grundhoefer predicts where the top priority Baylor recruits will end up going.
Colt  Barber
3 yr ago by Colt Barber
Commitment Schedules
MondayOL Blake Bedier (Snow College)OL Davis DiVall (Bridgton, ME/Bridgton Academy) -- could roll into TuesdayLB Dru Mathis (Moorpark College) -- could roll into TuesdayATH Damarius Good (Altamonte Springs, FL/Lake Brantley)-- COMMITTED to UCFTuesdayWR Kennedy Lewis (Melissa)WednesdayWR Langston Anderson (Midlothian Heritage)ATH Peyton Powell (Odessa Permian)OL Isaiah Hookfin (Dulles)Not SetDE Seth Coleman (Melbourne, FL/Holy Trinity Episcopal)TE Sam Snyder (Orange Park, FL/Fleming Island)
Colt  Barber
3 yr ago by Colt Barber
Premium Recruiting Reset (Must read to get up to speed)
I know things are getting a little foggy with all of the shuffle and new information leaking out. The running recruiting thread helps that some, but I decided to type up a reset post to get everyone up to speed. As of right now, it's hard to say how many Baylor will sign next Wednesday. There are the 18 current commits who will be Bears + the dozen or so prospects who are still on the board. I know that Jaylen Ellis will not be announcing until the All-American Game, but let's classify him as a signee right now. That would leave Baylor with the maximum of seven spots available for the class to get to 25, the NCAA cap for recruiting classes. The Steps to 25Offensive LineThe address of the junior college defensive end position and the high school safety position leaves the offensive line as the priority. Snow College OL Blake Bedier is on campus right now for his official visit. He is an absolute take. This weekend Baylor will host high school offensive linemen Davis DiVall and Paul Matavao-Poialii. A third offensive linemen, a junior college prospect, will be on campus as well, but we cannot release his name at this time. Baylor is also still strong in the mix for Isaiah Hookfin. I do not see Baylor passing up a commitment from any of these prospects at this time. Depending on the order they came on board, I would say that it would not be a stretch to see four of these end up as Bears. Ideally, Baylor lands the three of Bedier, the unnamed OL and Hookfin, taking them to 21 for the class with 3-4 spots remaining. Whatever the case, ending with a combination of these OL prospects is a priority to close the class. I feel optimistic about Baylor landing a combination of any of the five above to go along with Elijah Ellis.The Best AvailableThis is where things get foggy on my end. I can tell you that ATH Damarius Good, DE Seth Coleman and junior college LB Dru Mathis are definitely priorities in this category. Then again, I think you could still say that WR Langston Anderson and TE Sam Snyder are being treated as priorities as well. The issue is 100% space or Baylor would be shooting to land all of them. The offensive line is taking a priority in terms of space.WR Kennedy Lewis, DB Jaden Gragg and DB Jarrad Baker Jr. look to be fallback options for the best available. Baylor has moved on from DT Isaiah Howard, and communication has been non-existent to our knowledge with LB Victor Viramontes since LB Dru Mathis left his official visit after the first weekend in December.Depending on the OL situation, with 3-4 spots remaining to get to 24 or 25, I believe that a spot will go to one of Good/Anderson, a spot will go to Mathis, and a spot will go to one of Coleman/Snyder. If Baylor has the ability to take 25, and both Coleman and Snyder would like to commit, they take both. Transfers are still out thereTwo transfers, Nevada WR McLane Mannix and Arkansas CB Chevin Calloway, are waiting in the wings to see if there are room. I can tell you that Baylor is still actively looking over these two and both would end up at Baylor if given the opportunity. There are multiple possibilities for how these two could end up on the Baylor roster for 2019, but I believe the most likely is that Baylor only lands two offensive linemen of those available, specifically the two junior college prospects who provide immediate help, eliminating the need for a grad-transfer or a February JUCO signee. A second situation is if Baylor misses on a "BPA". For instance, if Baylor is unable to flip Coleman from Illinois and Snyder heads elsewhere, 1-2 spots are available immediately. Depending on the OL situation, I believe Mannix and Calloway would be the next in line for the spot over the "fallback" options. If only one spot became available, what combination was landed would depend on which received a scholarship. Ideal close to 25...1. Blake Bedier2. JUCO visitor3. One of Hookfin, PMP, Divall4. Dru Mathis5. Damarius Good/Langston Anderson6. Seth Coleman7. Sam Snyder
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99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.
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