ESPN four-star shooting guard Dallan Coleman has spent most of the quarantine working on his body and improving his game.
Throughout his Twitter are workout videos of Coleman going through drills to help him become faster, more explosive and stronger. Louisville has obviously been paying attention, because after a virtual visit with the 34th-ranked player in the class of 2021, the Cardinals decided to offer Coleman a scholarship.
“My relationship with them is getting stronger every week,” Coleman said. “I’m hearing from one of their assistants and coach [Chris] Mack himself.”
Louisville adds to an already impressive scholarship list for Coleman that features Alabama, Campbell, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Georgetown, Iowa State, Memphis, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Saint Louis, North Florida and Wake Forest.
Programs such have Auburn, Clemson, Maryland, North Carolina, Oregon, Tulsa, UAB and Virginia are showing interest in the wing that averaged around 25.8 points and 8.1 rebounds per game last year at West Nassau (FL).
He can score in a multitude of ways and he’s already got a college ready frame that continues to improve. It’s the reason coaches have consistently gotten involved over the course of the last year after seeing him play.
“[Coaches like] my ability to shoot the ball with range,” Coleman explained. “I’m a big physical guard and me being able to play the one and two spot.”