Rickie Collins

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Measurements6-2 / 182
High SchoolWoodlawn
HometownBaton Rouge, LA
As a Recruit
CommittedCommitted Team10/08/21
High SchoolWoodlawn
HometownBaton Rouge, LA
On3 DB / Rickie Collins
H.S. Scouting Summary

Three-sport signal caller who balls out on the gridiron and track as well as the hardwood. Stands 6-foot-2, 185 pounds with a 9-inch (or slightly smaller) hand. Athletic ability jumps off the tape when rolling out and on designed runs. Has a more elongated delivery, but throws an accurate ball at all levels of the field. Threw for 1,930 yards and 16 touchdowns on 113 completions with a 65% completion percentage during his junior season. Has solid ball ballistics and ability to drive the football. Will need to tighten up his motion in his release. Wins with his escapability and ability to extend plays. Ran an electronically-timed 4.74 40-yard dash and a 4.28 shuttle prior to his senior season. Hit 37.5 inches on the vertical as well during the spring camp circuit prior to his senior season. Jumped a 5-foot-10 high jump and a 21-foot-5 long jump during his junior track and field season. Leaping ability translates to the basketball court when he goes up to throw-it-down on dunks. Has a chance to be an immediate difference maker for a team at the Power 5 level.


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Rickie Collins named MVP of Elite 11 Baton Rouge
Sam Spiegelman National Recruiting Analyst

Collins was a runaway MVP playing in his hometown. A three-sport athlete, Collins clocked a 4.74-second 40 with a 4.4-second shuttle and 37-foot power ball toss. Collins also notched a 37.5-inch vertical and earned a 96.84 SPARQ score. Collins was explosive going through his rollouts and drills and zipped the ball through windy conditions with ease; he was sharp throwing deep and on the run, and delivered strikes over and over throughout the event. Collins was decisive and threw with authority. As a junior, Collins accounted for more than 2,500 yards of total offense, including 2,000 yards passing. He plays with poise and confidence. He’s not only a talented passer but a well-rounded athlete that opens the playbook for off-schedule plays.


Rickie Collins lead team to upset of nationally-ranked Baton Rouge Catholic
Charles Power

Rickie Collins led his Woodlawn team to a thrilling 35-28 win over nationally-ranked Baton Rouge Catholic. Collins played well in the win, going 14 of 20 for 198 yards and one touchdown. The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder showed some feel and instincts in handling pressure. Collins made a number of chains-moving plays on 3rd and 4th down. His playmaking ability and improvisational skills helped Woodlawn come away with the win. Collins used his mobility to get outside of the pocket and create some conflicts at the second level. As linebackers would close, Collins would answer by finding an open receiver downfield.