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Georgetown offers 2020 forward Henry Coleman III

The Virginia native tops off his busy week with an offer from the Hoyas.

NCAA Basketball: Providence at Georgetown Amber Searls-USA TODAY Sports

It’s been a busy week for 2020 forward Henry Coleman III (Richmond, Va./Trinity Episcopal).

On Friday, the 6-foot-6 prospect picked up his fourth offer in seven days, with the Georgetown Hoyas being the latest school to offer Coleman on Friday. TCU, Wake Forest, and Clemson were the three to reach out in addition to Patrick Ewing and Co., adding to a collection of offers that includes the likes of Florida, Ole Miss, LSU, VCU, as well as a handful of others.

For Trinity Episcopal, Coleman found a way to be a big contributor for the Titans. Alongside soon-to-be-graduate and Old Dominion bound Jason Wade and highly touted 2019 recruit and North Carolina commit Armando Bacot, Coleman was able to carve his own niche in this electrifying trio that served as the driving force of the Titans’ success. Despite being one of the younger players on the team, Coleman proved the old adage that age is just a number, with his excellent athleticism and the way he impacts various facets of the game.

Per 247 Sports composite rankings, he is a top 100 and a four-star prospect in the Class of 2020. Coleman can rise up for a thunderous slam dunk, or knock down his ever-improving jumpers. He plays with a high motor and rarely seems to take breaks within the game, as he looks to fight for rebounds, play hardnosed defense, and set up his teammates. His ability to be a versatile basketball player was instrumental in allowing him to help the Titans be successful, and now, colleges are starting to take notice.

He enjoyed a great weekend in the Adidas Gold Gauntlet down in Atlanta. Coleman dazzled on the court throughout the final weekend in April. Through five games from Apr. 27-29, he averaged just over 13 points per game, seven boards, and two assists, while shooting 58.1 percent on the floor.

It’s evident that Coleman left quite the impression on scouts, and it’s only a matter of time before more people notice.