Nekoma's captain. Kuroo is usually a level-headed guy who gives off something of a trickster vibe. Kuroo is noted to be tall and lean with broad shoulders, well-built arms, and a muscular frame. He has narrowed-eyes and hazel colored, grey in the manga, cat-like pupils that make him appear sly and intimidating. He also has a fringe on his right side that partially covers his right eye. As a result of his peculiar hairstyle, he is occasionally called "Rooster Head".
As of November , he is part of the Japan Volleyball Association's sports promotion division. Kuroo is noted to be tall and lean with broad shoulders, well-built arms, and a muscular frame. He has narrow, hazel colored grey in the manga eyes with cat-like pupils that make him appear sly and intimidating. He also has a fringe on his right side that partially covers his eye. As a result of his peculiar hairstyle, he is occasionally called "Rooster Head". Kuroo is often seen wearing a black shirt, red sweatpants, and the Nekoma High jacket. During official matches, he wears the Nekoma uniform numbered with a '1. Kuroo has a laid-back yet scheming personality and is considered a "provocation expert. He would actively provoke others and is unrelenting when dishing out snide remarks. This talent is demonstrated in the way he angers Tsukishima when the first-year blocker maintained a nonchalant attitude toward volleyball during the summer training camp.
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