Four-star junior Frankie Collins books official visit to Georgetown, plus talks recruitment

Frankie Collins is ranked amongst the Top-70 juniors in the entire country. With that he found himself leading national recruitment which includes him using an official visit on the University Of Minnesota.

He’s had an outstanding season with Arizona Compass Press and due to that it has helped him land several new offers and he now has several decisions to make. This season he has had to be one of the leaders on this powerhouse squad. In addition, Collins has seen improvement in his game.

How does he describe his game?

“I am a top point-guard who loves to get better and make my teammates better, I will do anything to win and I like to play downhill and I like to shoot the ball of the dribble, and I’m bouncy and have a high IQ,” he said. Collins said he needs to improve on being a consistent jump shooter.


Collins gave Stockrisers.com the full run-down on his recruitment.

Starting with what his future plans are. “I will decide a little bit after the AAU season if I will be reclassifying or not.”

Collins has been given the option by several schools to move up into the 2020 class, among them: Georgetown, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.

“Auburn, Kansas, Oklahoma, Georgetown, TCU, Virginia Tech, Washington State, are among the schools involved.”

In addition, Collins said that Miami, USC, and Gonzaga are among the new programs that have inquired in him.

As far as visits go, Collins just scheduled an official visit to Georgetown for March 6th-8th and the Hoyas face Villanova in a major showdown. Patrick Ewing is vying for Collins’ talent and aims to snag him for either 2020 or 2021.

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