Q&A With Coleman Street III (2019)

High School

Posted On: 12/4/17 9:08 AM

We are in the midst of a Golden Era of high school basketball in the Ann Arbor area.  There is top notch talent, young talent, and depth.  Coleman Street III is a 6-3 combo guard from Arbor Prep.  The junior is a talented player on both ends of the floor.

Question:  What are the three biggest strengths of your game?

Coleman Street III:  I can attack the basket, shoot 3’s, and defend well with a high basketball IQ.

Question:  What aspect of your game would you like to improve?

Coleman Street III:  I would like to improve on my passing efficiency.

Question:  What is your best moment in high school basketball so far?

Coleman Street III:  During the summer league in Detroit I recorded multiple 30+ games and plan to do the same during the regular season.

Question:  What high school team do you look forward to playing against?

Coleman Street III:  I look forward to playing Ann Arbor Huron and DEPSA this upcoming season.

Question:  Who is the best player you have played against?

Coleman Street III:  The best player I’ve played against other than myself would probably be my trainer Lavell Blanchard who won Gatorade POTY and played at Michigan.

Question:  Which gym in Michigan was your favorite to play in and why?

Coleman Street III:  I like to play at Ann Arbor Huron’s gym because I like the way that it’s bright and the courts are very bouncy.

Question:  Who is your favorite NBA player and why?

Coleman Street III:  My favorite NBA player is Lebron James hands down because he’s the Greatest of all Time until I end up in the NBA.

Question:  What is your favorite NBA Team?

Coleman Street III:  My favorite NBA team is the Pistons.

Question:  Which form of social media do you prefer?

Coleman Street III:  I’m not usually active on any social media sites but I use Twitter for basketball occasionally.

Question:  What are your long term goals, both on and off the court?

Coleman Street III:  My long term goal is to be an NBA Hall of Famer on the court and off the court I want to be a business man with tons of endorsements and money.