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Appeared in seven games at wide receiver and on special teams as a true freshman tallied two tackles on special teams.
An all-state selection who played at both wide receiver and safety versatile threesport letterman who was named second-team 4A all-state by the Texas Sports Writers Association at wide receiver as a senior an honorable mention 4A allstate selection by The Associated Press a three-year letterman who finished his career with 99 receptions for 1,893 yards and 29 TDs averaged 19.1 yards per reception and a TD every 3.4 catches for his career also posted 14 interceptions (four returned for TDs) on defense during his career scored TDs by reception, INT return and punt return during that span earned first-team all-district 18-4A on offense, defense and special teams also earned first-team All-Greater Houston on offense and defense made 60 receptions for 1,073 yards and 15 TDs on offense as a senior.
Averaged 17.9 yards per reception was the first receiver in school history to reach 1,000 yards receiving in a season recorded 43 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two interceptions (one returned for a TD), six pass break ups, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries on defense led Brenham to a 11-2 finish and a No. 17 ranking in Texas Football's Top 25 helped lead team to an area championship in the 4A playoffs earned all-district honors 18-4A at wide receiver and defensive back as a junior also tabbed second-team All-Greater Houston had 39 receptions for 820 yards and 12 TDs on offense also posted five INTs including three returned for TDs returned two punts for TDs earned all-district honors at cornerback as a sophomore posted 50 tackles, 20 PBU and five INTs tabbed all-district as a point guard in basketball was a regional qualifier in the 110 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and the long jump has been named to the honor roll since his sophomore year involved with Future Cubs, mentoring to elementary children has been a speaker at local junior high and elementary schools.
Mother, Kim, is an assistant coach with the girl's basketball and track and field teams at Brenham H.S. father, Darrell, is the head boy's basketball coach at Fort Bend George Bush H.S. cousin, Shaud Williams, played running back at Texas Tech (1999-2000) and Alabama (2002-03) and is currently playing for the Buffalo Bills enjoys riding horses, hunting and fishing full name is Brandon Jerard Collins born 4/21/89 in Austin, Texas moved immediately to San Angelo moved to Bryan when he was eight and then moved to Brenham in the fifth grade.
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