Sophomore (2014): Saw action in 11 games, one as a starter at cornerback ... Was credited with 11 tackles on the year ... Had a season-high five tackles in the season-opener at Warner.
Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 games, one as a starter ... Was credited with six total tackles fr the season ... Had a season-high two stops twice -- at Florida Tech (9/7) and vs. San Diego (9/28).
High School: Attended Milton High School in Milton, Ga. … Played corner back and safety in high school, as well as return specialist … Had 69 pass break-ups, 100 solo tackles, 99 assisted tackles, and four interceptions in his playing career … In a game in 2010, had game-winning interception with 20 seconds left … Set school record for pass break-ups in a season with 37 … First team All-Region by the coaches poll in 2010-2011/2011-2012 … First team All-North Fulton by The Neighbor Newspaper in 2010-2011/2011-2012 … First Team All-North Georgia by the coaches poll in 2011-2012 ... Also lettered in basketball ... Was a member of the National Honor Society
Personal: Full name is Christian Chase Coleman ... Was born on March 31, 1994, in Atlanta ... Parents are Kim and Elisa Coleman … Has one sister, Stephanie Montelih-Schroeder (30), and one brother, Blake (16) … His father was formerly the VP of Public Relations for the Atlanta Hawks and is currently an assistant basketball coach at Emory University ... Two cousins, Steve and Bryan Prudholme, are music producers out of Malibu, Calif. … Cousin Ron Monteilh, played football for the University of Colorado … Father played football at Eastern Oregon State … Chose Stetson because it was a great fit academically and athletically … Is an International Business major.
“When I took my official visit to Stetson, once I got on campus and looked around, I knew it was the place for me. The campus is in a great location, is a great size and has a great overall feel to it. Also, Coach Hughes is the type of coach I want – someone who is all about our success on and off the field. I felt it was a great fit for me, academically and athletically.”