March 7, 2021
ALERT: Charli Collier to enter 2021 WNBA Draft
The Texas standout is WNBA bound after three years in college
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After three years at Texas, Charli Collier has announced her intention to forgo her senior year and enter the WNBA Draft.
Collier is averaging 20.9 points, 12.2 rebounds and 1.2 blocks in 24 games this season. She has recorded 17 double-doubles, tied for the second-most by any Division I player, and is the only player in the country averaging more than 20 points and 12 rebounds per game this year.
Collier will graduate this spring with a degree in physical culture and sports, which she completed in three years.
“I look forward to finishing this season strong – with full focus on helping our team accomplish its mission,” Collier said in her statement.
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