Keon Coleman is an American football wide receiver for the Florida State Seminoles.
He was born on May 17, 2003, in Opelousas, Louisiana, and played college football for the Michigan State Spartans from 2021 to 2022.
Coleman attended Opelousas Catholic School, where he was a two-time all-state selection in football.
He also played basketball and track and field in high school.
Coleman enrolled at Michigan State in 2021, and played in 12 games as a freshman, making six catches for 104 yards and one touchdown.
In 2022, he played in 10 games and had 19 catches for 334 yards and four touchdowns.
Coleman transferred to Florida State after the 2022 season and is eligible to play immediately for the Seminoles in 2023.
Coleman is a 6-foot-4, 215-pound wide receiver with good size, speed and ball skills.
He is also a versatile player who can line up at multiple positions on offense.
Who is Keon Coleman’s brother?
Coleman’s brother is Kalin Coleman.
Kalin is older than Keon and moved to Michigan with him when Keon started playing football for Michigan State University in 2021.
Kalin has been a supportive brother and mentor to Keon, helping him with his training and development.
He is also a regular at Coleman’s games, cheering him on from the sidelines.
In an interview with WLNS 6 News, Keon said that his brother is “pretty much been my trainer, my brother, [and] part of a father figure. He’s just been everything helping me with all that.”
Keon Coleman parents
Coleman was raised by his single mother, Ravin Savoy; his father is unknown.
Coleman has spoken about the importance of his mother in his life, and how she has always been there for him.
He has also said that he is grateful for the sacrifices she has made to raise him and his siblings.
In an interview, Coleman said, “My mom is my biggest supporter. She’s the reason I am who I am today. She taught me everything I know about hard work and dedication. She’s always been there for me, no matter what.”
Coleman’s mother is a strong and resilient woman who has overcome many challenges in her life.
She is an inspiration to her son and to many others.
Keon Coleman career
Coleman attended Opelousas Catholic School in Opelousas, Louisiana, where he played both football and basketball.
He committed to Michigan State University to play college football and college basketball.
As a true freshman at Michigan State in 2021, Coleman played in 10 games and had seven receptions for 50 yards and a touchdown.
After the season, he played in six games for the school’s basketball team.
As a sophomore in 2022, he became a starter and led the team in receiving yards.
In April 2023, he entered the transfer portal and later transferred to Florida State.
In his debut with the Florida State Seminoles, Coleman had over 100 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns.
As of October 23, 2023, he has played in four games for Florida State and has 17 receptions for 256 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Opelousas Catholic School
Opelousas Catholic School is a private, co-educational Catholic school located in Opelousas, Louisiana, United States.
The school was founded in 1894 and has a long-standing tradition of providing quality education to students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
Opelousas Catholic School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is recognized as a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
The school offers a rigorous academic curriculum that includes advanced placement courses, dual enrollment opportunities, and a variety of extracurricular activities.
The school’s mission is to provide a Christ-centered education that fosters academic excellence, spiritual growth, and moral development.
The faculty and staff are committed to helping students develop their full potential and become responsible, productive members of society.
Opelousas Catholic School has a strong athletic program that includes football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, track and field, and cross country.
The school also offers a variety of clubs and organizations, including student government, National Honor Society, drama club and yearbook.