This weekend the All-State performer hopes to show off his talents to the college coaches expected to attend the Scout.com All-American Combine in Louisville.
"I'm really looking for to it - I really am," said Collins, who will spend time working with both the running backs and cornerbacks on Saturday. "I'm hoping to run a good 40 time."
The top returning back in Jefferson County, Collins has made unofficial visits with Arkansas and Louisville this spring and is now making plans for upcoming camps.
"Louisville invited me to their camp and I'm pretty sure that I'm going to go," he said. "Kentucky invited me to theirs too and told me that I can come to just one of the days, so I might go up there for that."
West Virginia and Arkansas have also invited Collins to their camps.
Two in-state school's made a recent visit to Collin's Western High School.
"I heard that Louisville's coach, Greg Nord, and Joker Phillips from Kentucky came by the school last week to talk to my coach."
Scout.com will have more on Collins and his weekend performance at the Scout.com All-American combine during the coming weeks.
The Scout.com All-American Combine being held at the University of Louisville practice fields on Saturday is open to the public. The combine will run from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Many of the top players from throughout the state of Kentucky will be on hand, as will many other athletes representing more than two dozen states.