Daimion Collins, former Kentucky F, 5-star recruit, announces SEC transfer
Daimion Collins has found a new home in the SEC. The former Kentucky forward has selected LSU as his transfer destination.
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Collins shared the news Thursday on his Instagram account.
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A former 5-star recruit and McDonald’s All-American from Texas, Collins announced in April that he would be entering the NCAA transfer portal:
“I want to take a moment to thank Coach Cal and staff, for giving me the opportunity to represent BBN and continue my growth as a young man,” Collins wrote in a note posted to his social media pages.
“While this has been a difficult decision, it’s the best decision for my future. With that being said I will be entering the transfer portal.”
Collins played in 52 games, starting 2, for UK over 2 seasons. He averaged 2.4 points and 2 rebounds over 7.6 minutes per game. As a recruit, Collins had scholarship offers from 15 schools, including Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia and Texas A&M.
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I think he’ll do good there. Good move.
Thank you for the reply. It’s so refreshing to see somebody wish a kid Good luck when they leave their school or don’t pick them.
He will do well at LSU, Calisucky did not give him enough mins and he bolted. It was a good move on his part to transfer out. He has great potential and should get a lot of mins at LSU. It will be interesting when he plays against KY this coming season
Hopefully the kid can reach his potential.
It’ll be interesting to see how much Collins will improve with a bigger role at LSU. He reminds me of Stromile Swift.
Really? That’s a very good thing for LSU. I don’t watch much basketball, but I still read about it. Maybe if we stop sucking I’ll get more interested.
They play the same position, are the same height, both are rail thin but very athletic. Obviously Swift has been a far better player so far but Collins was a 5* in high school who didn’t get enough playing time in KY to develop.