Collins inks with Wofford

EASLEY — Easley High School senior Spencer Collins, a 6’4” former shooting guard for the Green Wave basketball squad, signed earlier this week to take his talents to the next level at Wofford College.
Collins, one of the top prospects in the state and a four-year starter for the Wave, ended the recruiting process Monday, inking his name to a letter of intent to play for the Terriers.
After closing out his Easley career with a 44-point effort in a playoff loss against eventual state champion Gaffney earlier this year, Collins played in the North/South All-Star game in North Myrtle Beach in March, earning MVP honors for the North squad with a 29-point, nine-rebound performance in a 108-99 victory.
On the AAU level, Collins played with the Carolina Express, a team which advanced to the national championship game last year before falling 72-65 at the hands of the Louisiana Roundballers. Collins led all scorers in the AAU national championship game with 17 points.