Chauncey Collins, TCU's leading scorer and starting point guard last season, is considering his options after leaving the program on Tuesday. A release from the school said Collins would pursue a pro career, but the Oklahoma City native said he might decide to transfer to another school.
"I haven't made any plans for sure for my future," Collins told ESPN.com. "I'm not saying no to anything. ... I'm not for sure going pro. I'm not for sure going overseas. I'm weighing my options."
Collins said he has not hired an agent, a move that would terminate his collegiate eligibility. He said he would consider going overseas if he ultimately decides to turn pro.
New TCU coach Jamie Dixon said through the school's release on Tuesday that Collins had left the Horned Frogs to turn pro. The school also announced the transfer of Lyrik Shreiner (1.9 points per game).
"We would like to thank Chauncey and Lyrik for their contributions to TCU," Dixon said. "We wish Chauncey the best as he looks to begin his professional career to provide for his family and will support Lyrik as he continues his college career at another university."
Collins said, however, he won't make a decision on his future for another week or two. If other schools call? "My phone is always on," he said.
Collins, a pivotal player and point guard for the Horned Frogs, led the program with 12.3 PPG, connected on 78 percent of his free throw attempts and registered a 39.5 percent clip from the 3-point line as a sophomore in 2015-16.
The recent arrival of former UNLV commit Jaylen Fisher, a four-star point guard prospect ranked No. 34 in the 2016 class per RecruitingNation, seemed to lock up the starting point guard spot for Dixon's program and likely would have required a position change for Collins.
But Collins said Fisher's arrival did not affect his decision to leave TCU, which he praised.
"Coach Dixon, he's a great coach," Collins said. "I just felt like we just came to an understanding [about my decision to leave]."