What is Coleman Hawkins Wingspan?

Last Modified Jun 4, 2024 05:53 GMT
Coleman Hawkins' Wingspan
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Coleman Hawkins is an American basketball player at the college level. He played collegiate basketball for the Illinois Fighting Illini Men's basketball team at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. He attended high school at Antelope High School which was in his hometown before transferring to a high school in Napa named Prolific Prep. He started to play basketball while in high school and was rated a three-star recruit before entering the college basketball scene.


Hawkins committed to the Illinois Fighting Illini over programs offered to him by Rutgers, USC and Marquette. Hawkins received the starting role of power forward in his junior year of college basketball and performed well, averaging just under 10 points per game. Hawkins took his game to the next level during his senior year, winning innumerable accolades and setting multiple records.


Amongst these were being on the watchlist of the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year award and All-Big Ten honours. Furthermore, Hawkins is the only player in the school’s history to record 900+ points, 500+ rebounds, 200+ assists, 100+ blocks and 100+ steals.


Coleman Hawkins Wingspan

Coleman Hawkins’ wingspan is 7 feet as per the 2024 NBA draft combine. Amongst the power forwards in his draft class, Hawkins’ wingspan ranks 8th largest. He also has a standing reach of 8 feet and 11 inches with a hand length and hand width of 8.75 inches each.


Coleman Hawkins Height

Without shoes, Coleman Hawkins has a listed height of 6 feet and 8.25 inches which is around 2.03 metres. This height puts Hawkins in the average height category of his fellow power forwards from his draft class.


Coleman Hawkins Weight

Coleman Hawkins has a weight of 98 kg or 215 pounds. Known for his energy and aggressiveness on the court, Hawkins can channel his weight and strength to be a formidable force in the paint area. He is also known to play good premier defense against guards. However, Hawkins has given himself time to further develop his skills as he withdrew from the 2024 NBA draft and will look to transfer to a new school.

FAQ's On Coleman Hawkins Wingspan

A. As of May 2024, Coleman Hawkins is 22 years old.

A. Coleman Hawkins played college basketball for the Illinois Fighting Illini of the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. 

A. Coleman Hawkins’ birth date is December 10, 2001. He was born in Sacramento, California.  

A. No, Coleman Hawkins will not be going to the NBA in 2024. He withdrew his name from the 2024 NBA draft and will instead transfer to a new school to play one more year of college basketball.

A. At the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, Coleman Hawkins is majoring in Recreation, Sport and Tourism.

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