Alfred Collins

Defensive End
6′6″ / 275 lbs
Bastrop, TX
Cedar Creek
Class of 2020
Rating: 97

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Rating: 95.1

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1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Championship Recruiting 101: Aggies building to last at key positions
Texas A&M's recruiting has taken a noticeable uptick under head coach Jimbo Fisher, but just how close are the Aggies to competing for championships? Billy Liucci takes a closer look at the way A&M is building for the long haul at some key positions.
5 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
It's time to take a look around at the biggest pick-ups on the recruiting front as well as some of the top recruiting news and notes from around the SEC. Jason Howell details that and more in this week's Around the SEC.
6 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Around the state of Texas, decisions are being made, visits are being taken, and offers are being extended as the regular season has now kicked off. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
6 mo ago by Jason Howell
Notes and Thoughts from the All-American Bowl
I spent the last few days in San Antonio at the All-American Bowl and as I head back to DFW I wanted to share a few thoughts and wrap up my experience.Let's start with the final few spots in the 2020 class. This week I had the chance to see a few of Texas A&M's final few targets. Covington (LA) LB Edgerrin Cooper's plans will be known on Saturday. He will choose between Texas A&M, Utah, and LSU, and he has already signed his LOI. In San Antonio this week, the Aggies seemed to have most of the buzz, and I'll go ahead and say my prediction is he picks the Aggies. He took his final OV to Texas A&M, and it seemed to make a genuine impression on him. I would say Utah is the Aggie's biggest competition.Lucedale (MS) George County DT McKinnley Jackson is the highest profile of Texas A&M's final targets and it is clear coach Fisher, coach Elijah Robinson, and several members of the class have bonded really well. He has already taken OVs to Auburn and Alabama, and LSU, Ole Miss, and Texas A&M are currently slotted to get his final OVs in January. He continues to keep everyone guessing. I like the Aggies chances but I would not call the Aggies his favorite or anything like that. Ole Miss did take a hit when coach Luke was fired, and since Luke is at UGA the Bulldogs are trying to get in the mix. The Bulldogs are currently outside of his top five and right now he does not plan to take an OV there but you can never count out UGA. LSU and Alabama are probably the two biggest threats to the Aggies right now, but I have a feeling this thing is going to be up in the air until he puts pen to paper. The final possibility is Mobile (AL) St. Paul OL Brady Ward. He is a big guy with some potential and he has seen things pick up a bit over the last few months. He says he plans to take OVs to Texas A&M and Miami in January and he will sign in February. Florida could also receive a January OV too. Honestly, I don't see Ward at A&M, I just don't think the numbers will work out there. The buzz seemed to be around Miami this week, but I wouldn't count out Florida. Another program to watch is Auburn. He connected with Chad Morris when he was at Arkansas and he continues to talk to Morris' son Chandler. If the Tigers come through with an offer I could see them becoming a player. Now for some stuff on the Aggies signees. All of them have been impressive and have been recognized throughout the week as standouts. Yesterday, Muhsin Muhammad III jumped out to me. He runs smooth, crisp routes and makes quick adjustments to the ball. He does not mind getting physical either. He lined up both inside and outside throughout yesterday's practice and even worked on punt and kickoff return. LB Antonio Doyle is the most vocal of the Aggie bunch. He has been a lot of fun to watch if for nothing else just because he really seems to be enjoying himself. He hardly ever comes off the field during LB drills. He's working at MLB and OLB in the West's 4-3 and he has done a great job of grasping the defense and making the calls. Physically he's also pretty imposing and he has been a consistently strong competitor on the field.S Antonio Johnson has been the biggest standout of the Aggie bunch since arriving in San Antonio. His range and instincts at safety have been impressive and he will absolutely lay the wood when he comes to lower the boom. DE Donell Harris has also been a big standout. His speed and quickness have been well known, but he has shown a variety of moves and more strength and power in his game this week. Both Johnson and Muhammad are heading to College Station right after the game to begin their careers at Texas A&M. Overall Texas A&M's group has shined very bright over the first few days in San Antonio.Now for a few thoughts after seeing some of these national names for the first time.Notre Dame WR signee Jordan Johnson was the most impressive WR I saw while out there. He had DBs twisting and turning, created separation, caught contested balls. He did a little bit of everything. The Irish got a good one.Five-star CB Kelee Ringo was the most dominating defender in one-on-ones yesterday. He is a big, physical DB, and I don't think I saw him lose a rep yesterday.LB Noah Sewell is just different. I think TexAgs is going to look real smart for putting DE Alfred Collins in the top 5. That dude has such a high ceiling and he is already really good.Ohio State signee OL Paris Johnson is has been my favorite OL at this event. Big framed, flexible, strong, and light on his feet. Alright, that's all I got. I'm headed back to DFW.
6 mo ago by Jason Howell
All-American Bowl Primer and check-in thread
Players are arriving in San Antonio for the All-American Bowl today, and we will try to get a few interviews as they check-in. I will be at check-in this afternoon and post updates in this thread as I get them. Practice begins on Tuesday and the game will be played at noon on Saturday, January 4 at the Alamodome. Four Texas A&M signees will play in the game. One on the West squad and three on the East squad. The number listed next to their name is their jersey number. West 23 LB Antonio Doyle, St. Louis (MO) Lutheran North East85 WR Muhsin Muhammad III, Charlotte (NC) Myers Park19 DE Donell Harris, Miami (FL) Gulliver Prep33 S Antonio Johnson, East St. Louis (IL) A few of Texas A&M's uncommitted targets are also in San Antonio this week. West 44 DT McKinnley Jackson, Lucedale (MS) George County - LSU, Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, and Georgia are among those also under consideration. He plans to take an official visit to Texas A&M in January. 5 LB Edgerrin Cooper, Covington (LA) - the former Oklahoma commit plans to announce his college destination at the game on Saturday. Utah has been a school to watch and Texas, Alabama, Mississippi State, and LSU have also been connected to the Louisiana standout. He took an official visit to Texas A&M in December. 18 QB Malik Hornsby, Missouri City (TX) Fort Bend Marshall recruited by the Aggies as an athlete. He is being pursued by others at QB and he has indicated QB is where he would like an opportunity. Purdue and Baylor are other schools to watch in his recruiting process and both are recruiting him at QB. East 72 OL Brady Ward, Mobile (AL) St. Pauls he received a greyshirt offer from the Aggies in December. He plans to take some visits in January and sign somewhere in February. Other Texans in the Game East24 CB Jalen Kimber, Mansfield Timberview - Georgia47 P Matthew Shipley, Liberty Hill - Hawaii West11 WR Jaxon Smith, Rockwall - Ohio State16 WR Daniel Jackson, Cibolo Steele - Iowa State14 TE Jalin Conyers, Gruver - Oklahoma54 OL Andrej Karic, Southlake Carroll - Texas78 OL Garrett Hayes, Athens - TCU43 DE Devin Grant, San Antonio Antonian - Colorado99 DE Alfred Collins, Bastrop Cedar Creek - Undecided32 LB Prince Dorbah, Dallas Highland Park - Texas28 CB Dwight McGlothern, Klein Oak - Undecided4 S Xavion Alford, Pearland Shadow Creek - Texas - out with injury20 S RJ Mickens, Southlake Carroll - Clemson Other familiar names East2 TE Arik Gilbert, Marietta (GA) - LSU70 OL Michael Carmody, Mars (PA) Mars Area - Notre Dame37 DT Omari Thomas, Memphis (TN) Briarcrest Christian - Tennessee31 S Jordan Morant, Oradell (NJ) Bergen Catholic - Michigan48 S Vito Tisdale, Bowling Green (KY) - Undecided West25 RB Sam Adams, Sammamish (WA) Eastside Catholic - Washington90 DT Jacobian Guillory, Alexandria (LA) - LSU3 LB Noah Sewell, Orem (UT) - Oregon29 LB Kourt Williams II, Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco - Ohio State26 S Myles Slusher, Broken Arrow (OK) - Arkansas
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Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

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Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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