Collins was also very impressive at the National Underclassmen Football Combine earlier this year, winning the Running Back MVP and Leadership awards. Top flight programs have not failed to take notice, as Collins is already receiving mail from the likes of Vanderbilt, Florida, UCLA, Iowa State and Houston.
Collins participated in summer camp right in his back yard at the University of Texas during the month of June. He was very impressed with the talent in Austin and felt he gave a good showing as well.
"I feel like I did well. I didn't show out, but I showed my skills," Collins said. "I know a couple of eyes were watching me run routes and catch the ball. I had zero dropped passes."
"There all really good schools," Collins said. "They all have good workout programs and their athletes perform at the highest level in college football."
According to Collins, running the football isn't the only thing he brings to the table. He also provides a good receiving option out of the backfield.
"My strengths are using my agility and being able to catch the ball out of the backfield," Collins said.
Collins also mentioned his vision and ability to use the sideline when asked about his strengths on the football field.