This season Collins is on track to do it again.
He will be leading his team in the class 3A state championship game this Saturday against
Last season, Collins racked up over 2,000 yards of total offense including 26 touchdowns. This year Collins claims to have rushed for over 1,000 yards and thrown for over 900 as well.
"This season has gone well so far," said Collins. "My team is trying to bring home another state title, but first we have to beat a tough opponent and I think we got it."
Not only has Collins earned the respect of his opponents, but he has also caught the attention of a few college recruiters.
"Coach Henson from LSU said they would like to see me at wide receiver," said Collins. "It doesn't really bother me any either because I want to play wherever I fit in best. Actually I would prefer to play wide receiver at the next level anyway because I feel like I have good hands and good size for that position."
The talented student athlete is no stranger to Tiger country.
"I've been to
"The thing that stands out to me most with LSU is the athletes they have," Collins continued. "They have a lot of talent and they know what it takes to win because they have been through a lot. I think I could fit in really good with their team."
Does Collins have an idea of where he'd like to play at the next level?
"I'd like to take a few visits to different schools before I'd even think about making a favorites list," said Collins. "Right now I am open to just about anybody."
Collins claims his best quality as a player is him being himself and taking advantage of the gifts God has blessed him with. He said for him, football is "serious business and there is no playing around".
Note: As a sophomore Collins earned All-District honors, MVP for backs, and MVP of the state championship game.