Back in the early summer, TBS interviewed an exciting running back prospect from Georgia named Harrison Collins. He did not disappoint his senior year. The 1-A Georgian wonder put up some sick stats but is still frustrated one number.
"I had 2,478 yards rushing, 28 touchdowns, and 3,200 all purpose yards" Harrison Collins
said. "I had 34 tackles defensively and was WSTV offensive player of the year. I was also named all state and all region."
Unfortunately Collins is still waiting for his first scholarship offer. He is still hearing from a lot of schools, but hasn't had anything too solid yet.
"Southern Virginia, Dixie State, and Middle Tennessee State are the schools that I'm hearing the most from and will visit." Collins said. "Right now I'm most excited about Dixie St."
Collins said that the BYU coaches told him they were looking at Stanley Havili and him, from their running back recruit.
When asked if he would still have interest in BYU if a scholarship opened up, Collins replied, "Heck yeah."
"I'd like to be able to play football and get a free education," Collins said.