Justin Coleman, a 6-foot-4, 185-pound wing prospect has Kentucky among the top schools on his list. After averaging 23 points and 13 rebounds per game as a junior at Henrico High School in Richmond (Va.), Coleman transferred to Huntington Prep (Wv.) for his senior season.
"I've played pretty well," said Coleman. "I'm good at getting to the basket and finished above the rim," he said. "I want to get better at my defense," he finished.
Coleman became a high major prospect after putting on an outstanding performance at the NBAPA camp back in the summer and now he's receiving interest and has offers from several schools. But Coleman has five schools that currently stand out.
Coleman hasn't taken any official visits yet, but he has been to one campus on his own. "I took one unofficial to Louisville," he said. "It was good. They sell out every game. They have great attendance and that's a plus," he said.
And what about Louisville's in-state rival to the east?
"I like (Kentucky's) style of play," he said. "It fits me perfectly. They get up and down the court and score a lot of points," he said.
"I'm looking for a school with a good business program. I also want a good basketball program," said Coleman.
Justin Coleman is the number four rated small forward in the nation according to Scout.com.
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