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John Collins goes to the Hawks. He was the first ACC player to average 19 points, 9 rebounds and shoot 60% from the field since Tim Duncan in 1996-97.

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Collins, Giles headline Saturday's workout

The Pacers are holding their ninth workout of the year before Thursday's draft. Six players are scheduled to participate: F John Collins (Wake Forest), F Harry Giles (Duke), G James Blackmon Jr. (Indiana), G Nate Britt (UNC), F Jamel Artis (Pittsburgh) and G Billy Garrett Jr. (DePaul).

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61dKevin Pelton

Ranking top 30 NBA draft prospects: John Collins

Collins is a high-percentage post scorer who projects among the most efficient players in the draft. His free-throw percentage suggests he can be a midrange threat in the pros.

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Kennard, Ferguson to work out for Heat

The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports Duke guard Luke Kennard and Australian wing Terrance Ferguson will work out for the Heat on Wednesday, citing sources. Jackson also reports Vanderbilt C Luke Kornet and Wake Forest F/C John Collins will be working out Wednesday.

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Pistons to work out Kennard, 2 others

The Detroit Pistons will bring in Duke G Luke Kennard, one of the draft's top shooters, for a workout on Saturday, according to the Detroit Free Press. Fellow Blue Devil Harry Giles and Wake Forest F John Collins are also scheduled to visit the team's practice facility.

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69dJeff Goodman

Duke, MSU feature in Big Ten/ACC Challenge

Michigan State vs. Notre Dame and Duke at Indiana are among the high-profile matchups in this year's Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

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Hornets host first pre-draft workout

Charlotte will have six prospects participate in its first workout of the year on Wednesday: Arizona G Kadeem Allen, Wake Forest F Austin Arians, Davidson G Jack Gibbs, Notre Dame F V.J. Beachem, Louisville big man Mangok Mathiang and Gonzaga C Przemek Karnowski.

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Nuggets to work out six prospects on Monday

The Denver Nuggets will continue pre-draft workouts on Monday with F John Collins (Wake Forest), G JeQuan Lewis (VCU), F Landen Lucas (Kansas), F Hassan Martin (Rhode Island), F Caleb Swanigan (Purdue) and G TJ Williams (Northeastern).

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85dChad Ford

Big Board 7.0: John Collins rising

The Wake Forest forward recorded solid athletic testing numbers at the NBA combine, including an impressive 37.5-inch vertical.

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ESPN 60 point guard Ayo Dosunmu picked up an offer from Wake Forest.

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ESPN 60 wing Isaiah Mucius said Wake Forest, Oregon, UConn are really pursuing him. Also listed LSU, Temple, Minnesota, SHU, Rutgers, Cal.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

List for UMass transfers DeJon Jarreau and Brison Gresham: Creighton, Houston, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Seton Hall, Tulane and Wake Forest.

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126dJeff Goodman

Wake's Collins to hire agent, remain in draft

John Collins will stay in the NBA draft after a breakout sophomore season for Wake Forest. He's predicted to go 29th in Chad Ford's latest mock draft for ESPN.

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Wake Forest 6-foot-10 forward John Collins told ESPN he will test the NBA waters, but will not hire an agent. "After a lot of thought, I have decided to declare for the NBA Draft, but not hire an agent," Collins told ESPN. "This allows me the opportunity to be evaluated by teams over the next few weeks and gather information from them. I want to make an informed decision about what is best for my future, whether that is turning pro at this time or returning to Wake Forest for my junior season."

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Wake Forest's John Collins, considered a likely first round pick, will test the NBA waters, but will not sign with an agent, sources told ESPN.

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150dJeff Goodman

ACC proves it was overrated

All season the ACC was widely considered the best league in the nation. It got nine teams into the NCAA tournament. Well, eight of them are gone now. So what does that tell you?

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Kansas State advanced into the Round of 64 with a 95-88 win over Wake Forest on Tuesday night. The Wildcats were dominant in the paint but will next face a Cincinnati team that allows just 60.8 points per game.

Team Stats

Points Per Game82.815th
Rebounds Per Game36.3142nd
Assists Per Game15.5Tied-55th
Points Allowed78.4307th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record28-22
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances22