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Callum Coleman-Jones (CJ, Zombie) was born on 13 June, 1999 in Australian, is an Australian rules football player.
|Popular As||CJ, Zombie|
|Age||21 years old|
|Born||13 June 1999|
Callum Coleman-Jones Height, Weight & Measurements
At 21 years old, Callum Coleman-Jones height is 202 cm and Weight 106 kg.
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Callum Coleman-Jones Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Callum Coleman-Jones worth at the age of 21 years old? Callum Coleman-Jones’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Australian. We have estimated Callum Coleman-Jones’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Player|
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Before the beginning of his second season at the club, Coleman-Jones signed a two year contract extension with Richmond, despite being yet to debut and with one year still remaining on his existing deal. He spent that off-season focusing on building body strength and developing his footwork, with an eye to an AFL debut that season. With an extended bench meaning both Toby Nankervis and Ivan Soldo earned selection, Coleman-Jones was named an AFL level emergency in each of the club’s two pre-season matches but did ultimately play in either match. From there he returned to VFL football, playing predominantly as a forward and on occasion as the team’s lead ruck. In early April he kicked two goals and was among Richmond’s best players in a win over Geelong’s reserves in what VFL assistant coach Xavier Clarke called “one of his best games for the club.” He subsequently earned AFL emergency status in each of the two next weeks while maintaining his role as a forward and ruck at VFL level. In mid May Coleman-Jones kicked two goals and took a spectacular pack mark that put him in consideration for the VFL’s Mark of the Year award. A long term injury to AFL ruck Toby Nankervis that same weekend saw Soldo elevated to senior level and Coleman-Jones assume primary ruck duties in the VFL the following week. But an immediate one-week suspension to Soldo meant Coleman-Jones would be handed yet more responsibility, named to make his AFL debut in the marquee Dreamtime at the ‘G match in round 10 of the 2019 season. He performed promisingly in the match, gathering 13 disposals and laying five tackles despite struggling in the ruck contests with just 10 hitouts. Coleman-Jones was immediately dropped back to VFL level the next week however, following the return of Soldo to AFL eligibility. After being rested for one weeek, Coleman-Jones began to stand out with his contested marking prowess while playing as lead ruck in the VFL side in late June. He remained with the VFL side through the end of their season, playing predominately as lead ruck while also looking proficient as a key forward in form which coach Craig McRae called “above (VFL) level”. Over that time he was also named an AFL emergency on two occasions. After securing the VFL minor premiership, Coleman-Jones kicked one goal as the Richmond reserves side won through the first week of the finals with a come-from-behind qualifying final win over the Essendon reserves. He was influential with 24 hitouts and 17 disposals in the preliminary final a fortnight later, as Richmond’s reserves won through to that league’s grand final. Coleman-Jones contributed seven marks and 14 disposals to the Richmond VFL side that defeated Williamstown the following week, as the club won its first reserves grade premiership since 1997. He finished 2019 having debuted at AFL level as well as playing in 19 games with the club’s reserves side, including winning a VFL premiership.
He began his tenure at Richmond under a limited training program, spending his first six weeks in the club’s injury rehabilitation group and eased into the larger training load after suffering knee and achilles tendon soreness that off-season. Coleman-Jones started the year with Richmond’s reserves side in the VFL, playing primarily as a forward. He did so under a limited load, rested once a month throughout the season to allow him more training time to build his muscle mass and aerobic conditioning. He had his first stand out performance against Casey in late April, kicking three goals in a 35-point victory. He repeated the effort with three goals against Coburg in May. Despite unexceptional output statistically, Coleman-Jones earned praise from VFL assistant coach Xavier Clarke for “playing his role brilliantly” in early June. In a match against Williamstown in mid-June, Richmond’s first choice VFL ruckman Ivan Soldo was a late-out due to injury, seeing Coleman-Jones play his first VFL match as a ruck. He was proficient in the role, recording 32 hitouts, 17 disposals and four clearances. Coleman-Jones remained as the team’s lead ruck in Soldo’s absence for the following month, with VFL head coach Craig McRae highlighting it as a key development opportunity. He was named as an AFL-level emergency for the first time in mid-July but ultimately went unselected for the senior team. In the final weeks of the season Coleman-Jones returned to a forward role with stints in the ruck and continued to show progress in both areas. After finishing the regular season as minor premiers, Richmond’s reserves side suffered a loss in a home qualifying final against Williamstown. That was followed with a knock-out loss the following week which saw the team and Coleman-Jones’ season come to a close. Coleman-Jones finished 2018 having failed to earn an AFL debut and instead played 16 games and kicked 14 goals with the club’s reserves side in the VFL.
Coleman-Jones returned to under 18 representative football for South Australia in 2017, this time selected to captain the side. He was particularly impressive in a win over the Allies in mid-June, recording 28 disposals, 15 hitouts and five marks. For his performances at the championships, Coleman-Jones was selected in the Under 18 All Australian team. Coleman-Jones’ final underage season was cut short when he underwent minor knee surgery to repair a partially-torn left patellar tendon that was causing him soreness during the championships.
At various stages during his draft year Coleman-Jones was considered a possible top 10 draft selection, including being ranked eighth in ESPN draft expert Christopher Doerre’s power rankings in May. He was invited to the 2017 AFL national draft combine but was unable to participate due to continued recovery from earlier knee surgery. He participated in limited additional testing just prior to the draft, recording a 7 minute 35 second time in the 2km time trial.
Coleman-Jones was drafted by Richmond with the club’s second pick and the 20th selection overall in the 2017 AFL national draft.
He was a member of the AFL/AIS Academy program in 2016 and 2017 and spent a fortnight training with the Adelaide AFL squad as part of the program in December 2016. As part of the program he also made trips to New Zealand and the United States of America and played an exhibition match with and against some of his academy teammates as a curtain raiser to an AFL match at the MCG in April 2017.
Coleman-Jones first began playing football in the Auskick program at Blackwood Football Club in Adelaide’s south. He moved into competitive play with the same club through to under 13 level, where he captained the club and also began training with the Sturt development squad. The following year Coleman-Jones made a switch to play with the Unley Jets and joined the South Adelaide development squad where he stayed for two seasons, before returning to Sturt in 2015. There he played in a Sturt under 16s premiership against his former South Adelaide teammates.
Coleman-Jones first played representative football for South Australia as an under 15 in 2014 before training with the state’s under 16 program in 2015. In 2016 he represented South Australia at the 2016 AFL Under 18 Championships. Despite being a year younger than most of his teammates, Coleman-Jones played a prominent role for the team, starting as first-choice centre half-forward. During that year he also held an average of 122 Champion Data ranking points per game during matches for Sturt in the SANFL under 18s competition. At the end of the 2016 season Coleman-Jones participated in an under 17s All Star Match, played on the MCG as a curtain-raiser to that year’s AFL grand final.
Callum Coleman-Jones (born 13 June 1999) is a professional Australian rules footballer playing for the Richmond Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was drafted by Richmond with the 20th pick in the 2017 AFL national draft and made his debut for the club in round 10 of the 2019 season. Coleman-Jones was a VFL premiership player while playing with Richmond’s reserves side in 2019.
In the days immediately prior to the draft, AFL Media projected Coleman-Jones to be selected by West Coast with the 26th overall pick while ESPN had him being selected at 28.