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  1. I was unable to make the exhibition on Friday. Anyone care to comment on the improvement seen from Keith Coleman? Heard he looks like a different player.
  2. I had been thinking about this and thought I would throw it out there for discussion. Will this coaching staff get the light bulb turned on this season with Coleman? Or is he destined to be a backup at UNT? Can he improve to become more of a factor in a year where we bring in some young guys? First let's look at his season stats last year: 44 Coleman, Keith (2012-13) Games Played : 30 Games Started: 1 Total Minutes: 254 Avg Minutes: 8.5 FG/FG Attempted: 16/46 FG PCT: .348 3-Point: 0- 0, .000 FThrow: 8-18; .444 OFF/DEF Rebounds; 13/36; 49 Avg Rebounds: 1.6 Personal Fouls: 41 Fouled out: 0 Assists: 4 Turnovers: 24 Blocks: 11 Steals: 4 Points: 40 Avg Points Per Game: 1.3 So he averaged 8.5 minutes a game or a total of 254 minutes for the season and pulled down 49 rebounds and had 11 blocks. He had 24 turnovers So let's be honest, in the remaining two years of his time at UNT he will probably never become a prolific scorer. And he tends to turn the ball over when he gets it. But there are minor indications that he could potentially be a decent rebounder and shot blocker in the paint. Can a player like this be developed? Can anyone think of any past development projects that panned out? Could the defense be tailored to his strengths? Could we use him to set screens for the shooters? 6-10, 260 pound athletic guys like this don't grow on trees as we see in this current recruiting period. Coleman sat the bench much of last season behind Tony and Roger - this could be a season where his minutes increase. I don't see him as a great one on one defender but perhaps in the back end of the zone he could be in more of a comfort zone? Or will he be more like a Howerton type of player that rarely sees the court save for when other guys get in foul trouble? Is he allowed to go to any big man camps or could we bring in any experts to try and help his game? This post has been promoted to an article
  3. David Anwar, a former Nebraska assistant, is in the final stages of joining the staff of new UNT men's basketball coach Tony Benford. Read more: http://meangreenblog...nts-staff.html/ Click here to view the article
  4. Read more: http://collegebasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/05/16/recruiting-rundown-under-the-radar-late-commitments/
  5. http://www.timesrepublican.com/page/blogs.detail/display/1576/MCC-s-Coleman-gets-some-national-notice.html
  6. Here's the bio on the guy who recruited Keith Coleman to Nebraska. http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=590731
  7. I looked at some archived articles from the paper covering Marshalltown where he played junior college ball. First off, I think it's fairly clear that Coleman decided to go the prep school and juco route because of grades as teams like Nebraska, and Marquette were recruiting him heavily in high school. This would also explain his connection with Tony Benford who was the primary recruiter for Marquette around the time Coleman was in high school. So Benford knows this kid and what he is capable of. So why did he leave Nebraska? Tim Miles had taken over for the fired Doc Sadler and was going in another direction as evidenced by this quote: That being said it also appears that Miles still had interest in Coleman as stated here: There is a similarity with Coleman's situation and John Odoh as Odoh had developed a strong relationship with Johnny Jones and Shawn Forrest: Here's the entire article: http://meangreenblog...-up-push-f.html Coleman and Nebraska to go separate ways (Update)
  8. Read more: http://www.timesrepublican.com/page/content.detail/id/549303/Coleman-signs-with-North-Texas.html?nav=5010
  9. Read more: http://www.muscoop.com/index.php?topic=32460.msg391996;topicseen
  10. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/archives/2012/05/where-the-john-odoh-issue-stan.html
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