- Crosby, TXHometown
- Barbers Hill HighHigh School
- 2Overall Rank
- 1Position Rank
Nike Nationals-July 2017: Skilled big-forward finishes plays in traffic, pounds glass, finds the charity stripe; face up game gains respect to 15'; mobile in transition, handles, passes on break; cleans up missed shots with regularity; the elite front court prospect in the class of 2018. (Olson)
DFW Marchfest-March 2017: Versatile interior performer delivers in the paint complemented by face up game to the arc; pounds glass; agile in transition; continues as an elite prospect in the class of 2018. (Olson)
Nike Nationals-July 2016: Agile front court prospect defends the block, competes on glass, rebounds and initiates in uptempo; interior footwork with an improving post game arsenal. (Olson)
DFW Marchfest-March 2016: Consistently delivers in the block with soft touch; defensive presence, alters shots, rebounds and initiates fast break; continues to develop as one of the premier prospects in the class of 2018. (Olson)
John Lucas 40/40-September 2015: Elite front court performer brings a combination of center size in the block with faceup-4 game to the arc; interior footwork, soft touch with perimeter game equals versatility; progression on perimeter game consistency is the key to next level impact; the premier power-forward in the class of 2018. (Olson)
She's Ballin' Xtravaganza-April 2015: Versatile interior performer brings size, agility in post game complemented by soft touch in face up game; mobility, lateral quickness, shot blocking presence and great hands; elite prospect with next level impact. (Olson)
John Lucas 40/40-September 2014: Strong, agile and versatile interior prospect; soft touch with faceup game; accomplished interior footwork in key, attacks rim in traffic; rebounds and initiates fast break; the nation's top prospect in the class of 2018. (Olson)
USA U17 National Team member in 2016.
TABC 1st-team 5A All-State in 2016, 2017.
April 11, 2015: Collier, who originally committed to Texas, decided to reopen her recruitment.
Read more: No challenge too big for Collier