If you correct the grammar and spelling to
I'm a basketball player: I'm much farther removed from a soccer player than I was in college.
you get something that is grammatical, and comprehensible, but unlikely that anybody would say it. It means something like:
I'm a basketball player: I'm even less a soccer player than I was in college.
It implies that in college you were already not a soccer player, but now you are even further from being a soccer player. If that is what you intended, fine.
But I'm guessing that you actually meant to imply that at college you were a soccer player: if that is indeed your meaning, the sentence doesn't say it.