Former Michigan guard Frankie Collins has heard from several big-time programs

Updated: May 1

Michigan G Frankie Collins entered the transfer portal on Saturday night, and has already heard from some of the biggest names in college hoops.


Per On 3's Joe Tipton, Collins has heard from Arizona State, Texas AM, Wichita State, Murray State, Seton Hall, BYU, Grand Canyon, Vanderbilt and Tennessee.


Collins averaged 2.8 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game last season, but did come on late including 14 points in Michigan's opening round NCAA Tournament victory over Colorado State. Collins is originally from Henderson, Nevada, and came out of High School as the #38 overall player in ESPN's Top 100 Players in the Class of 2021.


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