Three's Company: Texas gets commitments from Triplets Isaiah, Jordan, and Devin Coleman

Isaiah, Jordan, and Devin Coleman, from Cedar Hill High School, have announced their commitment to the Texas Longhorns, significantly boosting the team's 2025 recruiting class. Devin and Jordan are 3-star recruits who bring substantial promise and strength to Texas's offensive line. Isaiah is a disruptive force on the defensive line who has the skill set to cause havoc on the interior.
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Texas football has been putting together a solid 2025 recruiting class this spring, and the Coleman brothers' commitment brings significant value to this class.

Texas football lands commitment from OL brothers Jordan Coleman and Devin Coleman for 2025

While Devin Coleman and Jordan Coleman anchor the Cedar Hill offensive line, Isaiah brings the pain to opposing offenses when he steps on the gridiron. We look at the Coleman triplets and what each player brings to the Forty Acres.

Isaiah Coleman has an explosive first step; he uses his hands well at engagement to deliver a stiff blow, and he has a burst to the ball carrier, showing excellent closing speed. At 6-foot-2 and 260 pounds, Coleman is stout at the point of attack; he holds his ground well, and when he finds the ball carrier, he brings the pain. He is a relentless defender who flows well to the ball, and he plays through the whistle. Isaiah picked the Longhorns over UTSA and Texas Tech.

Devin is rated as a three-star recruit, he is a powerful run blocker with an extended reach and nimble feet, making him highly effective in his role in the trenches. He excels at delivering a strong punch at the point of impact, helping to control defensive linemen and opening running lanes.

His size and agility make him a formidable presence on the field, capable of handling a variety of defensive challenges. The 6-foot-5 and 330-pound senior to-be was a top priority for the Longhorns in the 2025 class.

Jordan is equally impressive. Also a three-star recruit, he is known for his powerful striking ability at impact and his strong run-blocking skills. He moves well in space, an important trait for an offensive lineman, allowing him to effectively engage defenders at the second level.

His active feet and ability to finish blocks well add a dynamic edge to his gameplay, making him a valuable asset along the offensive line. At 6-foot-5, 340 pounds, Jordan is an imposing presence with the skill set that the Longhorns covet at the offensive line position.

The Coleman brothers took visits to Austin twice this offseason, first in January and then in April. They are scheduled for an official visit June 21-23. The additions of Isaiah, Jordan and Devin Coleman brings the Texas Longhorns' 2025 commitment list to a total of nine players, indicating a strong start for the recruiting class.

The Coleman brothers are expected to add depth and value in the trenches, bolstering the Longhorns' offensive capabilities for the future.

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