Central-Phenix City Receiver Cam Coleman Flips Commitment from Texas A&M to Auburn

Phenix City, AL – Central-Phenix City five star receiver Cameron Coleman, has decided to change his college allegiance. Previously committed to Texas A&M, Coleman now pledges his talents to Hugh Freeze’s Auburn Tigers, becoming their top recruit for the class of 2024.

Standing at 6’3″ and weighing 180 lbs, Coleman is a formidable presence on the gridiron. Since June, he had been committed to Texas A&M, but recent developments suggest his heart was closer to home. ESPN ranks him as the sixth-best overall prospect in the 2024 class and the number one wide receiver.

Colman is regarded as the top prep receiver in the State of Alabama. 

Despite his initial commitment to the Aggies, Coleman had been exploring other options and recently toured Auburn’s campus. Hailing from Phenix City, Alabama, this move allows Coleman to stay within state lines, playing for Auburn Tigers.

Auburn’s 2024 class is shaping up to be promising, with two ESPN 300 receivers on board: Coleman and Foley High School’s Perry Thompson. Coleman’s switch marks the second significant coup for coach Hugh Freeze, following the Tigers’ successful flip of Thompson from Alabama in July.

The Tigers currently have 11 commitments from the Alabama prep prospects.  

Coleman’s contributions have been instrumental in guiding the Central Red Devils to an undefeated 12-0 season and a regional title in 2023. His high school career will culminate on Wednesday evening when the Devils face off against the Thompson Warriors at Bryant-Denny Stadium for the Class 7A state championship.

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