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Dajuan Coleman to try out for ABA Stallions

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You know, I love this guy. Just consider what he went through here for a few years. There were such high hopes for him coming out of HS and it was probably a dream come true for him to play for SU. Even after all the injury problems he continued to persevere and was not a negative influence.

Not sure how much BB he has left in him, but I wish him nothing but the best regardless what he is doing.
 
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Great guy. Met him just before he went to su with Corey Parker who trains athletes. Kinda weird as i was spotting him doing squats and he wasn’t cocky or arrogant in anyway whatsoever. Hope this turns good for him. Good luck.
 

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Is he using this as a launching pad to rehab himself before looking to play somewhere overseas? The money isn't good in the ABA and these teams are more prone to fold.
 
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I will always root for this kid to succeed, maybe above anyone else I've been a fan of.

Local kid that spurned Kentucky to go to SU, who gave it his all when on court, and was the consummate teammate when on bench/injured...plus a genuinely nice guy too. Doesn't get much better then that. Wish him all the success in the world.
 

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He really got himself in great shape. If his career doesn't work out, I bet he could be a heck of a strength and conditioning coach
 
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OttoMets

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Hope everything's going well for him and he's taking care of his joints in a way that will have him living a good life 60+ years from now. That kid worked as hard as anyone and kept up a good demeanor through everything.
 


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