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Samford grad transfer Justin Coleman commits to Arizona - Apr 27, 2018


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The Arizona Wildcats needed a point guard, and they got one Friday. Samford graduate transfer Justin Coleman (5'10''-PG-96) has committed to the UA. He has one year of eligibility left and can play immediately. The 5-foot-10 point guard, who visited Arizona this week, averaged 13.5 points and 6.6 assists this season with the Bulldogs. The Birmingham, Alabama native shot 44 percent from the field, 37 percent from 3, and 81 percent from the free-throw line. Coleman will compete with seldomly-used freshman Alex Barcello for the starting point guard job at Arizona. That race may get even more competitive if the Wildcats land five-star point guard Brandon Williams, who is expected to choose between Arizona, Oregon, and Gonzaga fairly soon. Coleman posted 2.4 assists for every turnover this season, and was 12th in the country in assist percentage. He was a top-100 recruit out of high school and signed with Alabama where he spent two seasons before transferring to Samford. Arizona plays at Alabama on Dec. 9, which should be interesting. 'Even going back to his time in high school, you could definitely see that he's an explosive playmaker and that he can get downhill, get in the paint and either create for himself, or set up an easy basket for others,' Samford coach Scott Padgett said. 'He has a great work-ethic and love for the game. He also competes on every play and wants to win. Those are the things that definitely draw your attention as a coach.' Samford ranked 346th (of 351) in defensive rating this season, and Coleman had a defensive box plus/minus of -5.0, which was the second-worst among Bulldog rotation players. The redshirt junior swiped 1.2 steals per game. Like most small point guards, Coleman does not shoot a high percentage at the rim. He converted just 53 percent of his attempts from that range this season, per hoop-math.com. For reference, Parker Jackson-Cartwright converted 48 percent. So Coleman does have his limitations, but Arizona needed to add a proven, experienced point guard and he brings that to the table. Coleman joins a class of newcomers that includes Pitt graduate transfer Ryan Luther and 2018 recruits Devonaire Doutrive and Omar Thielemans. The Wildcats still have three scholarships left to offer this offseason.
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Baker Dunleavy Signs Five-Year Extension at Quinnipiac - 23 hours ago
Quinnipiac Director of Athletics and Recreation Greg Amodio has announced that men's basketball head coach Baker Dunleavy has agreed to a five-year contract extension through the 2022-23 season. Dunleavy lead the Bobcats on a run to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference semifinals in his first season at the helm. 'Baker Dunleavy embodies all of the qualities that Quinnipiac values in its leadership, both as a mentor and role model to our student-athletes and as an ambassador for the Univ...   [read more]

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Robert Morris men finish 3-0 during Ireland trip - 4 days ago
Koby Thomas-Pinkney (198-F-98) scored 31 points and had 11 rebounds to help Robert Morris complete its trip to Ireland undefeated with a 96-84 victory against Killestar Basketball Club in Dublin. The Colonials conclude their first foreign tour 3-0. The Colonials used a 17-4 run to open up a 72-54 advantage at the end of three quarters. Senior guard Matty McConnell (188-G-96) scored nine points during the frame, including a dunk, while Thomas contributed eight. McConnell scored 14 of his 1...   [read more]
Kentucky lands commitment from 5-star - 6 days ago
Courtesy of cbssports.com Kentucky added another five-star recruit to its collection of talent on Wednesday, snagging a commitment from top-20 Class of 2019 prospect Kahlil Whitney. Whitney, a 6-foot-6 small forward from Roselle Catholic in Roselle, N.J., chose the Wildcats over finalists Oregon, Illinois and Georgetown. Whitney is ranked as the No. 19 overall prospect in the 247Sports Composite rankings, and the No   [read more]


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