Justin Copman, a sophomore from Cumberland, Md., returns as a forward. Copman played
in the March 2019 NJCAA Division I Championship Tournament. Currently in his second
season with the ACM Trojans, he is averaging 11.7 points, 13.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists,
and 1.3 blocks per game. He is second in the nation in rebounds per game, and currently
sixth in the nation in minutes played with 388.
“Justin is succeeding on the floor and in life. After starting every game as a freshman,
Justin put in tremendous effort to hone his skills in the off-season. Off the court,
he is a leader and role model, displaying the character traits you hope to see in
all student athletes: hardworking, caring, respectful, and responsible,
” said ACM Head Coach Tommie Reams.
At 6’7” and 220 pounds, Copman is a 2018 graduate of Allegany High School. An outstanding
high school basketball player, he was voted the 2018 Player of the Year by the Cumberland
Times-News. He is a general studies major at ACM and currently holds a 2.87 grade