Frankie Collins Transfer Portal Destinations: Where Will the ASU Guard Land?

Frankie Collins Transfer Portal Destinations: Where Will the ASU Guard Land?
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One of the most intriguing prospects to hit the NCAA’s transfer portal did so out of Arizona State this week, with veteran guard Frankie Collins opting to leave Tempe.

The 2023 Pac-12 All-Defensive team member was a four-star recruit out of Coronado High School in Nevada in 2020, initially signing with Michigan before transferring to ASU after his freshman season in 2022.

Now, Collins is back in the portal, fresh off his best statistical season in college (averaging 13.8 PPG and 4.4 RPG), with a host of teams likely lining up to land the rising senior. With that in mind, broke down some hypothetical odds on where Collins could go this offseason.

On the court, Arizona sports betting fans will be focused on the Men’s Final Four, which takes place at State Farm Stadium this weekend.

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Frankie Collins Transfer Portal Destinations

TeamPercentage ChanceOdds
TCU Horned Frogs25.0%+300
SMU Mustangs22.2%+350
San Diego State Aztecs16.7%+500
Florida Gators12.5%+700
Arizona State Sun Devils12.5%+700
California Golden Bears7.7%+1200
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Where Does Frankie Collins Play Next?

At the moment, it seems like TCU (+300) and SMU (+350) are the odds-on favorites to land Collins, with the Horned Frogs needing to overhaul their roster after losing leading scorers Emanuel Miller (15.8 PPG), Jameer Nelson Jr. (11.2 PPG) and Micah Peavy (10.9 PPG) to graduation. SMU has a new coach in Andy Enfield and a need for instant impact players, which could make the Mustangs an enticing option for Collins.

Then you have transfer hotspot San Diego State, which has made it to the Sweet 16 and the national final in successive seasons under head coach Brian Dutcher. At this year’s men’s Final Four, BetMGM Arizona lists UConn as the championship favorite at -190. Purdue is second at +210.

bet365 Arizona lists Purdue as a 9-point favorite over N.C. State in the first semifinal, while Alabama is a 12-point underdog to UConn.

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Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan is the lead writer at after covering sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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