Colin Voss
Colin  Voss
RS Senior

Grand Rapids, MI

Last College:
Northern Oklahoma

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 240



Men’s Basketball Returns Home To Face UAB On ESPN3

First Conference USA Home Game Set For 7 PM Tip-Off


WATCH: Highlights From Voss' NFL Workout

Hoops Standout Colin Voss Nailed His NFL Pre-Draft Workout From Apogee Stadium


Hoops Standout Voss Works Out For NFL Scouts

Former All-State Tight End Shows Off His Skills At Apogee Stadium


Colin Voss: From The Football Field To The Hardwood

Voss Could Have Played Tight End In The Big 10, But Basketball Had His Heart


LA Tech Free-Throw Fueled Run Overcomes Mean Green Hoops

Bulldogs Shoot 42 Free Throws In 90-75 NT Loss In Ruston


Voss: From the Field to the Hardwood

A two sport star in high school, Colin Voss had to make a choice. Which sport would he pursue a college career in. Inside his journey to the hNorth Texas hardwood.


Mean Green Prepared For First C-USA Tournament

MBB: Look Back At 2013-14 Season - Mean Green Prepared For First C-USA Tournament


North Texas vs. Tulsa

MBB: March 6 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. Tulsa


North Texas vs. UTEP

MBB: March 2 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. UTEP


North Texas vs. East Carolina

MBB: February 15 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. East Carolina

North Texas 2014-15
• Ranked 47th in the nation in assists by players 6-7 or taller (1.9 APG).
• Posted 58 assists on the year, third most ever by an NT forward (most since Jesse Ratliff had 75 in 1992-93).
• 1.23 assist/turnover ratio best by an NT forward this century.
• Hit 25 straight free throws over an eight-game span.
• Shot 80.8 percent from the free-throw line, which led NT and ranked 7th in C-USA.
• Ranked 17th in C-USA with 5.8 rebounds per game, and 15th in the league with a 48.2 field goal percentage.
• Totaled 34 assists to just 12 turnovers (2.8 A/TO) over the year's final 12 games.
• Tallied 21 of his 24 blocks in C-USA play, and ranked 15th in the league with 0.77 blocks per game.
• Six assists at FIU are the most by an NT forward since George Odufuwa in 2010-11.
• Started 46 of his last 47 games, and started 59 in his career at NT.
• 24 career double-digit scoring games, including a career-high 22-point outing at Florida Atlantic.
• MTSU game capped five game stretch of team-high 15 assists and just four turnovers.
• Posted five assists in the win over Rice.
• Helped seal win over Creighton with team-high 16 points.
• Fourth career double-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds against Langston.
• Vastly improved free throw shooting from junior to senior season.

North Texas 2013-14
• North Texas' second leading rebounder at 5.8 boards per game.
• Ranked 14th in C-USA play with a field goal percentage of 49.5.
• Led NT with 29 starts on the season.
• Tallied three double-doubles and 10 double-digit scoring games.
• Double-double at Rice featured 11 points and 10 boards.
• Posted back-to-back double-doubles against Central Arkansas (13 points, 11 rebounds) and Wayland Baptist (18 points, 10 rebounds).
• Hit 14 of his last 15 free throw attempts on the year.
• Career-best 12 boards against Southeastern Louisiana.
• Miraculous recovery from a preseason quad injury to return in time for the season opener.

Northern Oklahoma
• Named a second-team NJCAA All-American after leading Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa with 11.6 points and 7.7 rebounds per game, which ranked 84th in the country.
• Shot 56.8 percent from the floor, and averaged 1.6 assists and 1.0 steals per game.
• Posted 21 games with at least 10 points, and reached the 20-point plateau three times.
• A starter in all 31 games, Voss led Northern Oklahoma to a 22-4 record and winning streaks of 12 and 14 games.

Central Michigan
• Voss played in 29 games for Central Michigan as a freshman in 2010-11, and averaged 1.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game.
• He posted a then-career high outing of 10 points and five boards against Ohio.
• An injury forced him to redshirt in 2011-12, and he transferred to Northern Oklahoma for the following season.

East Grand Rapids High School
• He earned second-team all-state honors from the Detroit Free Press as a junior at East Grand Rapids High School, and was a standout two-sport athlete.
• In fact, Voss won four football state titles under his father's coaching, and received several scholarship offers to play football.

North Texas Mean Green