"I am committed to Miami," said Collier. "I am done. I am not considering any other schools."
Booker T. Washington's starting quarterback Sancho McDonald was has not played since the beginning of the season but that has not slowed an offense that averages 38.8 points per game. His team will play for the state title on Saturday against Nease High School.
"I have over 600 yards and 6 touchdowns. I missed some time with a sprained ankle. We are having a good season. We are trying to win our first state title."
Collier has been extremely productive the last two seasons. He had 791 yards and 8 touchdowns as a junior and has not slowed down this season.
"I just want to hit the weight room hard and get ready for next season," said Collier. "I want to play at the University of Miami as a true freshman."
Collier talked about what he likes about the Canes.
"Miami is a good organization. They have a lot of good players. They prepare their players well."
The 5-foot-9 165 pound receiver has not had any in-home visits yet or visited any schools.
"I am going to visit Miami. I am not sure when that visit will be yet."
Collier wants to play right away at Miami and compares himself to a former Hurricane.
"I compare myself to Roscoe Parrish. I like to play in the slot. I feel I can play at Miami next year. I want to make an impact."