Clemson lands fourth for 2011

This winter, Brad Brownell and his staff's actions showed that they were on the prowl for additional perimeter firepower in the class of 2011 to go along with their Fall signees.
Saturday night, they got that help when Devin Coleman committed after watching Clemson handle Wake Forest in Littlejohn Coliseum while he was in town for his official visit.
A strongly built 6-foot-3 shooting guard, Coleman is a product of a loaded Wynnewood (Penn.) Friends Central squad, his commitment was confirmed by sources close to his recruitment.
A versatile perimeter performer capable of guarding all three positions on the perimeter, Coleman is a power guard who loves to get to the rim. He rebounds his position exceptionally well and is a good mid-range jump shooter who is a bit streaky from three-point range.
A three-star prospect, Coleman is the fourth member of the class of 2011 to join Clemson's recruiting class. He joins four-star big man Bernard Sullivan and three-star prospects Kevin McDaniels and Daniel Sapp.