Clemson transfer Devin Coleman heading to Temple
Philadelphia native Devin Coleman is going back home to Temple.
Coleman, a 6-foot-2 guard from Friends Central (Pa.), left Clemson in late December, after playing in 10 games this season. He averaged 5.4 points and 1.2 rebounds so far in 2013-14. He missed last season with a torn Achilles.
Hofstra, Fairfield and others were also involved with Coleman.
Temple is currently in the middle of a rebuilding season, but things are looking up for next year. Players currently sitting out for Fran Dunphy include Texas transfer Jaylen Bond and Massachusetts transfer Jesse Morgan, although Morgan needs to graduate before playing next season. Dunphy is also only expected to lose one player for next season, former West Virginia transfer Dalton Pepper.
City of Basketball Love first reported the news.
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