Minnesota recruit to play basketball at Northeast

by amandab  6/17/2017 12:00:00 PM --  WOODBURY, MN - Northeast Community College has signed another recruit from Minnesota to play basketball in the fall. Jeremiah Coddon, from Woodbury High School in Woodbury, MN, will join the Hawks for the 2017-18 season.

A 6’3” point guard, Coddon had an impressive career at Woodbury, where he started four years on varsity with a career average of 21.2 points per game.

“Jeremiah can flat-out score and also has a great ability to find the open man,” said Dan Anderson, Northeast coach. “We are very happy that we signed Jeremiah. Adding him to our team is going to help open things up for our shooters.”

Coddon is one of three signees this season from Minnesota, where Anderson said his program has seen considerable recruiting success.

“It brings me happiness to know when we go up to Minnesota to recruit, people know about our program and know how successful we are. They also know we run a clean, hard-nosed program.”

The Hawks’ season is set to begin November 1.


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