Collinsworth, Kyle  BYU 6'7" 211 PG SR. Collinsworth was the 2015-16 West Coast Conference Player of the Year. He led the nation in triple-doubles. Collinsworth averaged 15.3 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 7.4 assists per game as a Senior. …Collinsworth is two years older than this draft class. He played his freshman season in 2010-11 then took off two years (Mormon mission) before returning. Collinsworth has legitimate pro point guard size at 6'7" 211 lbs. He does not shoot the three ball well and that, combined with his age, is why he may not be drafted. ...Collinsworth is an acceptable athlete for the NBA. However, his arms are short. He is among the few "gators" who has a wingspan less than his height. That stated, Collinsworth is a good defender. He competes. His DEFRTG was considerably better than the BYU team DEFRTG. ...I don't care so much about his age. He can play. His assist-to-turnover ratio is better than two-to-one. He helps as a rebounder. I would have no issue using a late second round pick on Kyle Collinsworth. 

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