Alfred Collins

Defensive End
6′5″ / 255 lbs
Bastrop, TX
Cedar Creek
Class of 2020
Rating: 95

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Rating: 93.0

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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Junior Season Highlights


24 days 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.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting notes & quotes - Tuesday afternoon
- I was able to catch up with Bastrop Cedar Creek DE Alfred Collins today after his official visit to A&M over last weekend, and it sounds like Terry Price, Mike Elko, and Jimbo Fisher put their best foot forward. Collins said he was able to sit down with TP and Elko and go over film of how he'd fit in their scheme. They compared his size and athletic traits to a souped up Kingsley Keke as they examined Collins' potential impact at defensive end for the Aggies. He was hosted by his cousin, walk on LB Logan Bland from Goliad, and Collins told me the most impressive piece of his visit was learning about the impact of the Aggie ring and what the Aggie Network was about in terms of post graduate opportunities. Right now, he's unsure of his major, but he did meet with academic folks from the Mays Business School. In terms of game day atmosphere, Collins said it was everything he thought it'd be. He loved Kyle Field and the 12th Man. He told me that he'd been to A&M so much already that he was pretty familiar with the look and feel of everything around the football complex but enjoyed seeing the atmosphere surrounding it with a big game in town. Collins has his final official this weekend in Austin with the consensus favorite Longhorns. "I've got no real timetable to announce a decision," Alfred said. "I'll sit down with my final after this final visit and sort everything out. But in terms of a final decision or making an announcement, I'm not sure of when that will be." - Staying at defensive end, two separate sources have told me this morning that Miami (FL) standout Donell Harris is making return trip plans to Aggieland. He's been speaking a lot with Demond Demas as of late, and I've heard that next weekend's matchup with Mississippi St as the likely date of that return trip. Harris released a top two of A&M and LSU last week. - I've been able to chat with a few sources on Ft Bend Marshall RB Devon Achane who tripped to Baton Rouge for the first time last weekend. Folks close to Achane felt like he wanted to see LSU because he had been to College Station twice and had a decent grasp of A&M. What's interesting about the Tigers' recruitment of Devon is that the track program has been after him harder than the football program for most of his recruiting timeline. In fact, when LSU came to see him play a few weeks ago against Manvel, I've been told it was actually an LSU track coach that was in the stands. A&M is making track just as much a part of their recruitment, as well, but the difference is that he's been a top priority football recruit for the Aggies during that time, too. LSU special teams coach Greg McMahon is heading Achane's recruitment for the Tigers - who, after speaking to some folks that cover them, are in a bit of a numbers crunch at the moment. Devon is scheduled to speak with Darrell Dickey today at length. A&M continues to recruit Achane at running back with the same intensity that they have since offering last November. Ft Bend Marshall plays this Saturday then, during their bye week, Achane is scheduled to take his official to Florida State. - Heard more good things in terms of where A&M stands with 2021 Pleasant Grove studs Marcus Burris and Landon Jackson. Howell will be all over those recruitments, but a source with direct knowledge of the situation told me last night that they both are really fond of College Station. - I was able to round up some intel on Highlands CC Brian George. It sounds like both he and Dontae Manning are the final two targets at corner, and I believe both would have a spot in this Aggie class if they wanted to come play their ball in College Station. A&M was George's first official visit of the fall, and he'll likely mix in other trips to SEC rivals Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, and maybe even one to Miami. George is originally from Belle Glade, Florida - about an hour and a half drive from Miami. - Lastly, we've officially changed long time commit Jordan Jefferson's position on his profile from OL to DT.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, TexAgs recruiting analyst Ryan Bruaninger joined to share his thoughts on the latest recruiting storylines, including what to expect as football season officially gets underway.
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Visitor List (Texas A&M-Alabama weekend)
Saturday Texas A&M will host the Alabama Crimson Tide, but the Aggies will also host several top recruits. There will be both official visitors and unofficial visitors, and there will be prospects from across the country. We will be updating this list throughout the week as we gather more information.OfficialsCommitmentsWR Demond Demas, Tomball (TX)OL Smart Chibuzo, Missouri City (TX) Fort Bend HightowerDE Fadil Diggs, Camden (NJ) Woodrow WilsonUncommittedOL Chris Morris, West Memphis (AR)DT Omari Thomas, Memphis (TN) Briarcrest ChristianDE Alfred Collins, Bastrop (TX) Cedar CreekDE Jason Harris, Gilbert (AZ) HigleyLB Antonio Doyle, St. Louis (MO) Lutheran NorthATH EJ Smith, Dallas (TX) JesuitCB Brian George, Highland (KS) Community CollegeRB Zach Evans, Houston (TX) North Shore UnofficialsCommitsQB Haynes King, Longview (TX)WR Muhsin Muhammad III, Charlotte (NC) Myers ParkTE Blake Smith, Southlake (TX) CarrollOL Josh Bankhead, The Woodlands (TX) College ParkOL Jordan Jefferson, Navasota (TX)DT Isaiah Raikes, Richland (NJ) St. AugustineDT Dallas Walker, Smyrna (TN)LB Kenneth Phillips, Richmond (TX) Fort Bend BushCB Jaylon Jones, Cibolo (TX) SteeleQB Eli Stowers, Denton (TX) Guyer (2021)WR Shadrach Banks, Houston (TX) North Shore (2021)2020QB Malik Hornsby, Missouri City (TX) Ft Bend MarshallWR Dylan Robinson, Humble (TX) Atascocita - Houston commitTE Darius Edmonds, Humble (TX) Atascocita - Louisiana Tech commitTE Tristan Golightly, Mesquite (TX) PoteetTE Reggie Brown, Houston (TX) Legacy - Tulane commitDT Branard Wright, Dallas (TX) CarterOLB Warren Robinson, Missouri City (TX) Ft Bend MarshallCB Joseph Wilson, Galena Park (TX) North Shore - Kansas St. commit2021RB Nasir Reynolds, Dallas (TX) Hillcrest RB Camar Wheaton, Garland (TX) Lakeview Centennial - maybeRB DaVeon Ford, Houston (TX) BellaireWR Isaiah Brevard, Southaven (MS)WR Brandon Harris, Memphis (TN) White StationWR Da'Qualen James, Lancaster (TX)WR KJ Liggins, Denton (TX) Guyer - maybeWR Jaedon Wilson, DeSoto (TX)TE Landen King, Humble (TX) AtascocitaOL Luis Chavarria, Houston (TX) EpiscopalOL Dominic Eldridge, Dallas (TX) PinkstonOL Bryce Foster, Katy (TX) TaylorOL Cullen Montgomery, Bellaire (TX) EpiscopalOL Matthew Wykoff, Magnolia (TX)DT Marcus Burris, Texarkana (TX) Pleasant GroveDT Terry Carter, West Memphis (DT Tristin Drones-Mouton, Missouri City (TX) Ft Bend MarshallDE Tunmise Adeleye, Katy (TX) TompkinsDE Renard Gwynn, West Memphis (AR)DE Landon Jackson, Texarkana (TX) Pleasant GroveDE Elijah Jeudy, Philadelphia (PA) NortheastLB Marco Avant, Forrest City (AR)LB Kendrick Blackshire, Duncanville (TX)LB Marsel McDuffie, Grand Prairie (TX) South Grand PrairieCB Deuce Harmon, Denton (TX) GuyerCB Ishmael Ibraheem, Dallas (TX) KimballCB Mark Wilson, Clear Lake (TX)DB Greg Rubin, Memphis (TN) White Station2022QB Terry Carter, West Memphis (OL Kelvin Banks, Humble (TX) Summer CreekWR Armani Winfield, Lewisville (TX)TE Donovan Green, Dickinson (TX)LB Ty Kana, Katy (TX)CB Tamerius Bell, West Memphis (AR)CB Bobby Taylor, Katy (TX)2023QB Braylen Ragland, Memphis (TN) Briarcrest ChristianWR Lontrell "Boo Bam" Turner, Duncanville (TX)LB Anthony Hill, Denton (TX) RyanS Jaden Milliner-Jones, Mesquite (TX) Horn
1 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.
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