One Mississippi defensive lineman is holding one offer, in hopes to get more in the future.
Moss Point's Ladarius Coleman confirmed with AStateNation.com Sunday evening that he has a lot of interest in the Red Wolves Football Program.
Coleman was planning on attending a summer camp in Jonesboro earlier this summer but was unable to attend.
"I'm going up there for the Memphis game September 10," Coleman said. "It may be an unofficial visit or perhaps an official visit, I'm not sure yet."
Coleman has been communicating with his recruiting coach Grant Heard the last couple of months.
"I call him quite a bit," Coleman said. "He wants me to be a Red Wolf really bad, he is always telling me how much they need me."
That recruiting style has impressed Coleman and has Arkansas State high on his favorite list.
"I like Arkansas State a lot," Coleman said. "I want to see if I would be comfortable there for the next four years."
Coleman is looking forward to his future visit, and wants to check out the campus, the town and get to know some of the current players.
"I want to meet the players on the team," Coleman said. "I want to get to know the coaching staff a lot better."
While Coleman hasn't been to Jonesboro, it hasn't kept the talented defensive tackle from doing his homework.
"I have looked at pictures of campus on the internet," Coleman said. "I like what I have seen so far."
Coleman, a 6-foot-1, 275-pound athlete, is focusing on his academics this fall.
"My grades are getting a lot better," Coleman said. "I'm focusing all my effort on making sure my grades are good. Right now things are going a lot better with my classes."