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"Florida Stand stands out to me right now," running back Conredge Collins of Miami (Fla.) Pace said. "They have a pretty good depth chart and my father likes them the best. He also likes Miami." "I also like Miami, North Carolina State, Ohio State, and Michigan."
What does he like about the hometown Canes and North Carolina State?
"Miami is home," the 6-foot-0 and 225 pound standout said. "They have the tradition and send the most players to the NFL. I took an unofficial visit to North Carolina State and I like them a lot."
Collins will take his official visits after his season.
"I probably won't travel much during the season." He said. "I'll probably go to a lot of Hurricane games because it's close to home."
What will Collins' future college team be getting in him?
"They will be getting an all-around back that can run, block and catch passes out of the backfield," he said. "They will also get a team leader that leads vocally and as a leader."
Collins is an excellent student who is on track to qualify academically with a 2.9 core grade point average.
As a junior he helped lead his team to a state championship with 1,600 and 16 touchdowns rushing.
Collins father (Tony) played in the NFL for the Dolphins and Patriots.
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