Clemson basketball coach Brad Brownell added his first transfer of the off-season to his roster Tuesday when 6-4 David Collins of USF announced he will play his graduate-transfer season with the Tigers. Collins is a native of Pittsburgh who played four seasons and 116 games for the Bulls. For his career at USF, Collins averaged over 13 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists per game.
Collins was a career 42% shooter for the Bulls. He made 46% of his two-point attempts and 32% of his threes. He shot 67% from the foul line. Last season he averaged 12.5 points per game.
Collins’ best scoring season at USF was his sophomore year when he averaged 16 points per game. He scored his career high of 31 points against Stony Brook He was third team all-conference that season and earned MVP honors for the College Basketball Invitational.
For his career, Collins scored 1540 points, and leaves USF as the seventh leading scorer in school history, and the tenth all-time leading scorer in AAC history. In three games against ACC teams, he averaged over 14 points per game.
Clemson now has 11 spots filled for its 2021-22 roster.
Clemson roster as of April 20th:
- G Nick Honor
- G Chase Hunter
- G Al-Amir Dawes
- G Alex Hemingway
- G Joshua Beadle
- G David Collins
- F Hunter Tyson
- F Lynn Kidd
- F PJ Hall
- F Ian Schieffelin
- F Ben Middlebrooks