On Thursday, Tre Coleman of Jeffersonville High School and the Indiana Elite program committed as well as signed with the University of Nevada and head coach Steve Alford. The senior was offered by them back in July and then followed it up by taking his official visit to the Reno campus in September.

The 6’6” small forward had picked up over a dozen scholarship offer. Coleman picked the Wolfpack over offers from Akron, Ball State, Evansville, IUPUI, Kent State, Mercer, Monmouth, Murray State, Nebraska, Western Michigan, Wisconsin-Green Bay among a few others. 

Coleman is coming off of a strong high school season that led him to be named to the Indiana Junior All-Star team. During his junior year he averaged an impressive stat line of 16 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 2.5 assist per game. He is a highly athletic wing who contributes well on both ends off the floor. A tough defender that with size and mobility to smother opponents. On the offensive end, he is at his best off the dribble attacking the basket but can also hit some perimeter jumpers. 

Coleman is one of five players to have inked with the Wolfpack during the early signing period. The other signees of the 2020 recruitment class are guard Je’Lani Clark, guard Daniel Foster, forward DeAndre Henry, and guard Alem Huseinovic. They are coming off one of their best years in recent memory compiling an impressive 29-5 record and are off to an early 2-1 start so far, this year.