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93 Lester Coleman
Lester  Coleman

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Martinsville, Va.

High School:
Woodberry Forest School

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 225

Position:
P

AT VIRGINIA
2015
- Did not appear in any games. 2014 - Redshirted season.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL
A punter and tight end at the Woodberry Forest School for head coach Clint Alexander ... first-team all-state and all-prep as a punter ... named first-team All-Scrimmage Play at punter ... averaged 36.0 yards per punt and pinned 12 of his 20 punts inside the 20 yard line ... four punts were downed inside the five yard line ... also played basketball and tennis at Woodberry Forest ... spent freshman and sophomore years at the Carlisle School where he played basketball and tennis ... was a first-team all-state (Division III) in tennis as a sophomore ... was on the Honor Council as a freshman at the Carlisle School ... honored with the 2012 Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Ambassador award ... involved in Martinsville's Teen Opposing Poverty initiative where they help feed and clothe those in poverty ... son of James and Beverley Coleman ... has an older brother, James, who is also on the UVA football team ... has a younger sister, Anne ... major is undeclared and is currently studying in UVA's College of Arts and Sciences.

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