"I feel like we should have a good team," said Andrey. "We are losing Jamal Danley, but we are still going to have a big offensive line.
"I am ready to get to work and just explode in my senior season."
The taste of junior success came as a result of a stronger commitment from Collins in the off season.
"I worked harder in the off season than I did before," said Andrey. "I really put in a lot of work in the summer. It paid off for me.
"I am going to work even harder this year, so I can be a better player."
The talented running back did not attend any college games this fall and only attended one summer camp, Memphis, where he ran in the 4.4s.
Collins has his eyes set on a roster spot in the rugged SEC Western division.
"I feel like I can go to any of those schools and get a good education and I feel like I can compete on the football field there."
The Byhalia standout looks forward to the upcoming junior day events where he can learn more about the recruiting process and his schools of interest.