A former sevens star who represented Australia in Delhi at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Coleman has successfully transferred the skills he learned in the shortened version of the game to become a constant threat in Super Rugby.
Lethal in broken play, the Prince has been one of the UC Brumbies best in counter attack, linking nicely with fellow outside backs Jesse Mogg, Henry Speight and Joe Tomane.
Now in his fourth full season of Super Rugby having made his first appearance as a one-off during 2010, Coleman is a local product from St Edmunds College. After representing the Australian Schoolboys, Under 20’s and Sevens sides, Coleman has proven himself as an international competitor who will continue to improve at professional level over the next few years.
Sitting on 38 Super Rugby caps at the start of the 2014 Super Rugby season, Coleman needs just 12 appearances in the UC Brumbies jersey to rack up his 50th cap.
Should all go to plan and Coleman keeps getting selected, his 50th match will come up while on tour to South Africa against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.