Started all 22 games played in, averaging 25.4 minutes per contest
Posted double-digit scoring efforts in 21 of 22 games, finishing his first season with the Utes averaging 13.6 points per game
Ranked fifth on the team with 113 total rebounds, but posted second-highest rebounding effort with 5.1 boards per game
Registered first and only double-double of the season with 15 points and 11 boards against Boise State (03/14)
Scored season-high 22 points against Washington State (02/09)
Led Utes in scoring four different games and was team's leading rebounder in three contests
Was tied for team lead with 20 blocks on the year
Totaled 300 points, 113 rebounds, 23 assists and 17 steals on the year
Appeared and started in each of USU's 31 games during the 2014-15 season.
Named third-team all-Mountain West.
Named to the 2014 World Vision Classic all-tournament team.
Led the conference, ranked No. 14 nationally and tied for No. 15 in a single season in USU history with a .591 shooting percentage, hitting 163-of-276 during the year.
Shot 59.5 percent (69-of-116) from the free throw line.
Finished second on the team in both scoring and rebounding, turning in 12.8 points (9th in the MW) and 5.0 rebounds (16th in the MW) per game.
Recorded the fourth-most blocks in a single season in school history and the most blocks in a single season by a freshman in school history with 56, averaging 1.8 rejections (5th in the MW) per outing to rank second all-time in a single season.
Graduated from Murray High School in 2011.
Earned first-team all-state honors from both the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune as a senior after averaging 22.4 points, 8.8 rebounds and 3.7 blocks per game, while shooting 60.5 percent from the field (201-of-332), 64.2 percent from the free throw line (106-of-165) and 33.3 percent from three-point range (7-of-21).
Was also named the 5A-Region 2 Most Valuable Player as a senior as voted on by the coaches.
As a senior, he helped lead Murray High School to a 20-4 record and a co-Region 2 Championship.
Scored in double-figures in all 23 games he played in as a senior, including sixteen 20-point games and four 30-point games, to go along with 10 double-doubles.
Earned third-team all-state honors as a junior at Murray High School as he led his team with nearly 18.0 points and 6.5 rebounds per game.
Son of Jeff and Diane Collette.
Has six siblings: Jenny, Andy, Stefanie, Breanna, Ryan and Terra.
Born May 21, 1993.
Married to McElle Collette.
Served a two-year LDS Church Mission in Charlotte, N.C.