Overall, Collins played in 52 games, gaining 3,527 yards on his 232 receptions with 37 TDs. He also had three punt returns for TDs over his career.
Named first team FCS All-American by The Associated Press and The Sports Network. Collins had 92 receptions for 1,694 yards with 22 touchdowns on his way to All-American and D3football.com North Region Offensive Player of the Year honors. The 1,694 receiving yards is the seventh highest single-season total in NCAA Division III history.
All-North Region Second Team. ... All-OAC First Team. ... Played in 11 games and led team with 67 catches for 844 yards with 13 touchdowns. ... Career-high 10 catches for 96 yards versus UW-Oshkosh (9/10/11). ... Four 100-yard receiving games including career-high 159 yards and four TD's at Heidelberg (10/15/11)
All-OAC Honorable Mention. ... Played in 15 games and has 66 catches for 908 yards and two touchdowns. ... First two career touchdown catches against Bethel (12/11/10) with seven catches for 82 yards. ... 10 punt returns for 135 yards and a 47-yard punt return for a touchdown against Capital (10/23/10). ... When Cecil Shorts went down against Marietta he had nine catches for 147 yards. ... Three-plus games Shorts was out, Collins had 24 catches for 424 yards
Played in 11 games and had seven catches for 81 yards. ... one catch for 31 yards against Muskingum (9/25/09). ... seven punt returns for 191 yards. ... two punt returns for 105 yards including an 89-yard return for a touchdown against Marietta (11/14/09) ... longest punt return in Mount Union history
Four-year letterwinner who was an all-state, all-conference, and all-area selection for coach David Whitcomb at Geneva High School in Geneva, N.Y..
Sport Business major. ... Member of the Mount Union chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. ... Born on November 28, 1991. ... Son of Cecilia and Jasper Collins