"I liked talking to (offensive line) coach Smith. He has a lot of experience and has put a lot of players in the league. I think if I came here he could help me a lot as a player."
Collins was hosted by ASU defensive lineman Joita Te'i and enjoyed spending time with him throughout the weekend and especially during ASU's 43-22 win over USC.
"I love how this offense works," Collins admitted. "I feel that I would really fit in there. We also run a spread offense in high school. So if I came here it wouldn't be that different for me. I run a 4.8 in the 40 (yard dash) so I don't have any problems matching up with defensive ends and playing in a fast offense.
"I feel that I can move between tackle and guard so it doesn't matter what position they are recruiting me as. I can adapt to anything. "
The offensive tackle is one of the team standouts at Wilowridge High School and reported weight room marks of 375 lbs. benching and 480 squatting.
The Sun Devils offered Collins earlier this year, as did University of Houston. The lineman was the state's 3rd best shot put thrower last year and was offered a track scholarship to LSU. In terms of football, his preferred sport in college, Collins indicated that Colorado and Wyoming have been showing strong recruiting interest.
"I visited Houston unofficially on one of their Junior Days," Collins stated. "I'm probably going to visit them officially later this year. They are very close to home but I don't mind going to a school that is far away.
"I'm looking to make my decision after my season is over. All the schools recruiting me have a lot to offer and I'm going to talk everything over with my family."