Gonzaga lands Providence transfer Gerard Coleman
Gerald Coleman averaged 13.2 points last season and logged 34 minutes per game. However, he wanted out of Providence. The lanky scoring guard has made his decision and he'll head to the northwest and play for Mark Few at Gonzaga.
Gonzaga has landed Providence transfer Gerard Coleman, sources told CBSSports.com.
The long and lanky 6-foot-4 sophomore averaged 13.2 points in 34 minutes per game last season for the Friars but wanted to play elsewhere.
Coleman also considered Xavier.
Coleman will give Mark Few and the 'Zags a perimeter player who should mesh well with Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell Jr. Coleman needs to work on his outside shot, but he is adept at getting to the basket and finishing in transition.
Coleman will sit out this season and have two years remaining.
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