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Coach Spotlight: Justin Coleman

Out of a coastal city in Southeast Georgia nicknamed 'the shrimp capital of the world', Brunswick High School's Justin Coleman is one of six early enrollees for Tennessee's 2011 recruiting class. A three-year starter for the Pirates, Head Coach Victor Floyd said Coleman is "the hardest worker" he's ever coached.

"Justin's been a model student here at Brunswick," said Floyd. "As a player he's extremely skilled athletically. We used him everywhere. He played running back, wide receiver and kick returner gaining over 2,000 all-purpose yards in his senior season and 22 touchdowns. On defense we thought it best to have him at free safety and situationally at cornerback. He'll be a cornerback at the...

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