Video: Coleman, Hartman in City Tournament semis, final

2015 guard Jalen Coleman and 2013 wing Collin Hartman both played pivotal roles in Cathedral’s run to the City Tournament Championship last week.

Coleman, who has an early offer from the Hoosiers, scored three points in Cathedral’s semifinal win over Arlington and 15 points in Cathedral’s championship win over Heritage Christian. Hartman, who committed to Indiana in November of 2010, scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the semifinals and had 10 points and seven rebounds in the championship game.

Inside the Hall was in attendance for both contests and we’ve compiled highlights of each player in the embedded media players below:

  • Daburns0

    I really like Hartman’s game.  I think his numbers will go up next year when he is a senior.  People are underestimating what his size and shooting ability will bring.  It requires a forward from the other team to have to guard him out 25 feet (like Roth), but his size will make him more functional on the floor. IMO

    Were they chanting Boiler up when he was shooting free throws?  What was that all about?

  • nakedsamurai

    Good video of Hartman, showing his versatility.  Not sure what his personality is like, but it’d be great if he gew into a senior leadership role for his team next year.  He could be a good glue guy for the Hoosiers.

    I see Coleman not handling the ball too much yet, but there was an interview clip with him a while back talking about tempo and how he wants to learn tempo better.  A great thing to hear from a young kid – it’s a quality of the game many point guards don’t even know in the pros.

  • N71

    I like Coleman a bunch.  As a freshman he easily holds his own on one of the best teams in the state and every once in a while leads the team in scoring.  Not bad for 15 years old.  He has good height and will surely get thicker and more explosive.  Where Yogi is really entertaining to watch Coleman is more steady.  Yogi has world class quickness and speed and can get into the lane at will.  Coleman has an entirely different game.  He can shoot well when needed but its his decision making that strikes me.  He is one of the best decision makers for a 15 year old I’ve ever seen.  He also always seems to be in the right place at the right time…instinct or anticipation, don’t know why but it sure helps.  He’s not super creative with passing but this all goes back to having a steady game.  I would think in college his assist to turn over ratio will be really good.  He’ll get 10 or 15 points a game, guard well…the thing that will be really important is his development as a leader.  There’s really no way to see this yet on Cathedral because he’s the youngest player on a stacked team so time will tell.

  • N71

    I like Coleman a bunch.  As a freshman he easily holds his own on one of the best teams in the state and every once in a while leads the team in scoring.  Not bad for 15 years old.  He has good height and will surely get thicker and more explosive.  Where Yogi is really entertaining to watch Coleman is more steady.  Yogi has world class quickness and speed and can get into the lane at will.  Coleman has an entirely different game.  He can shoot well when needed but its his decision making that strikes me.  He is one of the best decision makers for a 15 year old I’ve ever seen.  He also always seems to be in the right place at the right time…instinct or anticipation, don’t know why but it sure helps.  He’s not super creative with passing but this all goes back to having a steady game.  I would think in college his assist to turn over ratio will be really good.  He’ll get 10 or 15 points a game, guard well…the thing that will be really important is his development as a leader.  There’s really no way to see this yet on Cathedral because he’s the youngest player on a stacked team so time will tell.

  • IUoptometry

    I love how the students chanted boiler up during Hartman’s free throws. Purdue fans just love to envy us.

  • IUJeff

    Heard that. I work with a PUke grad who is trying to rib me about the upcoming game on Saturday. I keep telling him we aren’t even thinking about PUke yet, but I’m glad all they can think of this whole week is big brother.

  • IUJeff

    Heard that. I work with a PUke grad who is trying to rib me about the upcoming game on Saturday. I keep telling him we aren’t even thinking about PUke yet, but I’m glad all they can think of this whole week is big brother.

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