Coach Fleck, and Western Michigan landed their eighth commitment for the class of 2016 and it's only the first week of March. The most recent commitment is three-star defensive end Kendall Coleman.
Coleman, who resides in Indianapolis, Indiana and currently attends Cathedral High School, announced his decision on his twitter page on Saturday morning.
Coleman chose the Broncos over listed offers from Ball State, and Miami as well as interest from Indiana, Iowa, Purdue, and Vanderbilt. According to 247Sports, Coleman is rated the 51st defensive end in the class of 2016, and 17th best player in Indiana.
At 6'3 and 235 pounds, Coleman has a nice frame to grow into and could be an explosive pass rusher on the pass on the college level after he bulks up a bit, A standout for Cathedral last season, he helped lead the Irish to an overall record of 9-5, and their fifth consecutive Class 5A Indiana State Championship title.
See what Coleman will add to the Broncos with these highlights from the team at Hudl: