Former Michigan guard Frankie Collins finds a new home

Former four-star recruit and Michigan guard Frankie Collins entered the portal last weekend, and it didn't take him long to find a new home - as Collins committed to Arizona State on Wednesday night.


Collins is a former Top 40 recruit who averaged just 2.8 points per game, but played well down the stretch, including a 14-point performance in Michigan's Round 1 NCAA Tournament win over Colorado State. Despite that, and an expected increased role with the Wolverines, Collins hit the portal, after Michigan took the commitment of another transfer guard, Princeton's Jaelin Llewellyn.


Collins will bring high upside to an Arizona State team that desperately needs a player of his talents. He will have three years of eligibility remaining.


For Aaron Torres' full list of the "Best Players in the Transfer Portal" - click here