The Bison’s most versatile player and best defender
A lot was asked of Damon Collins after injuries hit the Bison last season, and he delivered. Playing in all 30 games, Collins averaged 10.1 points and 4.9 rebounds.
Collins, now a senior, is by far the most versatile player for Howard: He can pass, he’s an extra ball handler when needed, a solid rebounder and the team’s best defender.
“Last year we put him in a position where we needed him to score a little bit more, and he delivered,” coach Kevin Nickelberry said. “Now he goes back to his normal role of being a setup guy for us.”
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