Jeremiah Coleman is collegiate sophomore transfer out of Randall University/Nebraska Christian who is looking for a new home.
Coleman is a 6’1, 190 pound point guard, and is looking to play that position for a new school to finish his collegiate career.
After averaging 10 points per game for Nebraska Christian, Coleman went on to average 17.5 points per 40 minutes during his time at Randall University. It was there that he made 50% of his field goals, as well as 40% of his shots from three-point range.
Although Covid-19 hit and most teams were unable to play, Coleman was able to get a season in, and was thankful for the opportunity.
“This season was a blessing, because it was not promised,” Coleman said. “Covid cause many teams not to be able to play, but we were fortunate. During the season, I helped my team on both sides of the floor with scoring, getting stops and facilitating.
“While we had our ups and downs as a team, I was able to be a positive asset to a winning season, and we were a game away from a national championship.”
Coleman knows he has certain intangibles to help set him apart from other players, and he does his best to utilize them.
“I think that my versatility is a big reason I stand out,” Coleman said. “I can make plays at both ends of the floor. I believe that my skills, coupled with my athleticism helps the teams I play on to be successful as well.”
Everyone has a reason for what they do, and for what drives them in their current field, and Coleman is no different.
“The reason I play this game, is because I fell in love with is from a very young age,” Coleman said. “What drives me the most is the fear of failure. Doubt and pain have played a huge role in my story in life.”
With a current 3.3 GPA in the classroom, Coleman is proving that he understands the importance of being a student, as well as an athlete. His GPA and his talents are helping him to gain some interest from colleges. It will be interesting to see where he lands!