|No. 6 – Fraport Skyliners|
|Born||25 July 2002|
|Listed height||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Listed weight||83 kg (183 lb)|
Early life and youth career
Schoormann was born in Darmstadt to a Kenyan father and a German mother and grew up in Erzhausen. He focused on tennis in his childhood, and he started playing basketball at age six in primary school. At age eight, Schoormann competed for SG Weiterstadt, before moving to BC Darmstadt. In 2016, he joined the youth division of Skyliners Frankfurt, while attending the Carl von Weinberg School. Two years later, Schoormann was named most valuable player of the Jugend Basketball Bundesliga, the German under-16 league. At age 15, he began playing in the Nachwuchs Basketball Bundesliga, the German under-19 league.
Schoormann made his ProB debut for Skyliners Juniors in the 2017–18 season. On 17 November 2019, at age 17, he made his Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) debut for Skyliners Frankfurt in a loss to s.Oliver Würzburg. Schoormann joined the team's rotation at the 2020 BBL Final Tournament, scoring a season-high nine points in a loss to Brose Bamberg on 13 June. In 12 appearances during the 2019–20 BBL season, he averaged 2.8 points in 9.8 minutes per game.
National team career
Schoormann represented Germany at the 2017 FIBA U16 European Championship in Podgorica, averaging 6.9 points per game for the 13th place team. He missed much of the 2019 FIBA U18 European Championship with an ankle injury. The team finished in eleventh place.
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