Solomon Bozeman joined the ORU staff in April 2018 after two years on staff at his alma mater, Little Rock.
Bozeman is one of the most decorated players in Little Rock History, having earned AP All-American honorable mention and Sun Belt Player of the Year honors as a senior in 2011. He hit a 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds remaining to lift LR to a 64-63 win over North Texas in the 2011 Sun Belt Tournament championship, sending the Trojans to its fourth NCAA Tournament. Following his time in Little Rock, Bozeman played professionally in the D League and in a number of leagues overseas.
After his playing career, Bozeman worked at Abilene Christian for two years before returning to Little Rock. At ACU, Bozeman was the primary recruiter on Jaylen Franklin, the 2015-16 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year.
Coach Paul Mills on Bozeman
“I am excited to have Solomon and his wife Myla at Oral Roberts University. Solomon was a decorated player, has been able to build the programs he has been involved with as a coach, is a high character leader, and has an outstanding work ethic. I’m excited to have Solomon join our staff and his contributions will be significant and immediate.”