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Henry Coleman joins rebuilding Texas A&M program

By Jerry Ratcliffe

Henry Coleman

Henry Coleman speaks to media members during NBPA Top 100 Camp Wednesday at John Paul Jones Arena.

Henry Coleman will join Buzz Williams’ rebuilding project at Texas A&M, the former Duke player and Richmond native announced on Twitter.

Coleman, who played sparingly at Duke as a freshman last season, is joining a Texas A&M team that lost nine players off last season’s roster. The Aggies went 8-10 overall in 2020-21, and only 2-8 in the SEC.

Coleman is a 6-7 forward who scored 21 points and posted 26 rebounds, six blocks, three steals and three assists for Duke last season. He shot 50 percent, 10 of 20 from the field.

A former 4-star commit to Duke, he was rated the No. 3 player in the state of Virgiia and the No. 9 power forward in the class of 2020 according to 247 Sports.

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