Landon Collins
S #21
Height:
6-0
Weight:
225
Age:
23
College:
Alabama
Hometown:
Geismar, LA
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2017):

TCKL
102
SCK
0.0
FF
1
INT
2

Biography

TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 2nd-round (33rd pick overall) draft choice by the Giants in 2015.

GIANTS NOTES:
-    In 2016, Collins was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press and a starter on the NFC Pro Bowl team. Collins and defensive tackle Damon Harrison were the first Giants selected first-team All-Pro since defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul in 2011…Collins was the first Giants safety to play in the Pro Bowl since Antrel Rolle in 2013.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Collins has started all 32 regular-season games and a postseason game since joining the Giants in 2015…In 2016, he led the team in tackles for the 2nd consecutive season, with 125 (100 solo)…The 125 tackles were the most by a safety in Giants history.
-    Collins also had 5 interceptions, 4.0 sacks, and 13 passes defensed…He is the only player in NFL history to have 100 or more solo tackles, and at least 2.0 sacks, 5 interceptions, and 12 passes defensed…Collins was the first NFL safety with 100+ tackles, at least 5 interceptions, and at least 3.0 sacks since Rodney Harrison, then with San Diego, in 2000…He was the only NFL player in 2016 with at least 5 interceptions and at least 4.0 sacks.
-    Collins was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week Award for his performances in Week 7 against the Rams in London (2 interceptions, including 1 he returned for a touchdown, plus 8 solo tackles), and in Week 9 vs. Philadelphia (12 tackles and an interception). The Giants had a bye in Week 8. He was the first Giants player to be named NFC Defensive Player of the Week in consecutive games, the first player in NFL to do it since Charles Tillman in 2012, and first safety since Troy Polamalu in 2010. At the time, Collins was the only NFL player to lead his team in tackles, sacks and interceptions. Collins was the first Giants player with at least 4 interceptions and 3.0 sacks in the same season since Jason Sehorn in 1996.
-    Collins was also named the NFC Defensive Player of the Month in November, when, in 4 games, all Giants victories, he had 30 tackles (23 solo), including 1.0 sack, and 3 interceptions…Collins was the first Giants player to win an NFC Defensive Player of the Month Award since Jason Pierre-Paul in December 2011. He was the first Giants safety to be honored. The only other Giants defensive back to win the award was cornerback Jason Sehorn in December 1997.
-    Collins opened the 2016 season with 6 solo tackles and 1 pass defensed in a victory at Dallas (9/11)…The following week vs. New Orleans (9/25), he had his first career sack, a 5-yard takedown of Drew Brees that ended the Saints’ second possession…Collins was the first Giants safety to register a sack since Craig Dahl tackled New England’s Tom Brady for a 5-yard loss on Nov. 15, 2015.
-    Collins recorded a 10-yard sack of quarterback Joe Flacco and led the Giants with a career-high 12 tackles (10 solo), including 2 for losses, vs. Baltimore (10/16).
-    Against the Rams in London (10/23), Collins scored the Giants’ first defensive touchdown of the season when he intercepted a Case Keenum pass that was tipped by wide receiver Tavon Austin and reached the end zone after a spectacular 44-yard return in which he reversed field from right to left, and avoided numerous attempted tackles with 7:10 remaining in the 2nd quarter. It was the Giants’ first touchdown by a defensive player since cornerback Trevin Wade scored on a 5-yard fumble return on the game’s final play at Tampa Bay on Nov. 8, 2015. It was the Giants’ first interception return for a touchdown since Trumaine McBride’s 63-yard return at New Orleans on Nov. 1, 2015. Collins later had another interception, and recorded a game-high 8 solo tackles.
-    In that game, cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie picked off Keenum in the end zone on the Rams’ final 2 possessions. Collins and DRC were the first pair of teammates with multiple interceptions each in a single game since Seattle’s Byron Maxwell and Richard Sherman in Week 15 of the 2013 season - ironically, against the Giants in MetLife Stadium. They are the first Giants duo to accomplish the feat since Kenny Hill and Terry Kinard vs. San Diego on Sept. 14, 1986.
-    When the Giants returned to action after their bye vs. Philadelphia (11/6), Collins intercepted his 3rd pass in 2 games when he picked off a Carson Wentz throw intended for Nelson Agholor on the 2nd play of the game. Collins’ 3 picks in 2 games duplicates a feat accomplished by Rodgers-Cromartie from Oct. 25-Nov. 1, 2015…In addition to his interception, Collins tied his career-high with 12 tackles (6 solo) and sacked Wentz for a 12-yard loss on the final play of the first half…. He was the first Giants player with an interception and a sack in the same game since defensive end Kerry Wynn did it at St. Louis on Dec. 21, 2014, and the first defensive back to do it since safety Antrel Rolle on Oct. 27, 2013, at Philadelphia. Collins also led the Giants with 12 tackles (6 solo) to earn his second consecutive Player of the Week award.
-    Collins had 5 solo tackles and an interception vs. Cincinnati (11/14). That gave him at least 1 interception in each of 3 consecutive games, the first Giants player to do that since linebacker Michael Boley in the first 3 games of the 2012 season against Dallas and Tampa Bay at home, and on the road at Carolina…Collins was the first Giants player with 4 interceptions in a 3-game span since cornerback Phillippi Sparks had 2 picks in each of 2 consecutive games (Nov. 23 and 30, 1997, at Washington and vs. Tampa Bay).
-    Collins had 6 unassisted stops and another pick vs. Chicago (11/20)…Against the Bears, Collins made the big play at the end of the game, intercepting a Jay Cutler pass at the Giants’ 21-yard line with 1:11 remaining to end the Bears’ last threat. Collins had intercepted at least 1 pass in each of 4 consecutive games, tying a Giants record since the NFL merger…He was the first Giants player to do that since Sparks also had a 4-game streak from Oct. 15-Nov. 12, 1995…Spider Lockhart (1970) and Terry Jackson (1978) were the other Giants players with picks in 4 straight games.
-    Collins had 5 interceptions in that 4-game span to become the first Giants player to accomplish that feat since Willie Williams from Nov. 24-Dec. 15, 1968. He was the 2nd NFL player to do it in 2016, joining Kansas City cornerback Marcus Peters (Sept. 18-Oct. 16)…Collins was the first NFL player with at least 5 interceptions and at least 3.0 sacks through his team’s first 10 games since Green Bay’s LeRoy Butler in 1996 (5 interceptions, 3.5 sacks).
-    Collins’ interception streak ended in the Giants’ victory at Cleveland (11/27), but he contributed 7 tackles (6 solo)….He had 6 tackles (4 solo), and an important 4th-quarter fumble recovery vs. Dallas (12/11), 8 tackles (7 solo) vs. Detroit (12/16), and 9 unassisted stops at Philadelphia (12/22)…Picked up his 4th sack of the season when he dropped Kirk Cousins for a 12-yard loss on the 2nd-to-last play of the first quarter at Washington (1/1). Collins’ 4.0 sacks led all NFL safeties.
-    Collins had 9 tackles (6 solo), including a sack in his postseason debut in the NFC Wild Card Game at Green Bay (1/8).
-    As a rookie in 2015, Collins started all 16 games at free safety, the team’s first defensive rookie to start every game since tackle Barry Cofield in 2006. Collins was the first Giants rookie safety to start every game…Collins led the Giants with 108 tackles (80 solo). He also had 9 passes defensed, 1 interception, and 4 special teams tackles.
-    In his NFL debut, Collins had 4 tackles (2 solo) at Dallas (9/13)…First-round draft choice Ereck Flowers also started that game at left tackle. It was the first time the Giants’ first and 2nd-round draft choices started the season opener as rookies since Aug. 31, 1997, when wide receiver Ike Hilliard (first round) and running back Tiki Barber (2nd) started in a victory over Philadelphia.
-    Collins had 6 tackles in each of the next 4 games, including 6 solo stops vs. Atlanta (9/20)…Finished with a season-high 9 tackles 3 times: 6 solo vs. Dallas (9/25), 4 solo at New Orleans (11/1), and 7 solo vs. Carolina (12/20)…Also had 3 tackles in 3 games…Picked off a Sam Bradford pass for his first career interception at Philadelphia (10/19).

COLLEGE:
-    Collins played in 41 games with 23 starts at Alabama…Career totals included 190 tackles (120 solo), 8.5 stops for losses of 22 yards, 4 fumble recoveries, 5 interceptions for 103 return yards, 13 yards on a blocked punt return and 55 yards on 3 kickoff returns…Also deflected 13 passes and forced 3 fumbles…In 2014, his junior and final collegiate season, Collins was named a unanimous first-team All-America (The NFL Draft Report, Walter Camp, Football Writers Association, American Football Coaches Association, AP and Sporting News)...Led the nation’s 6th-ranked scoring defense (18.4 points per game)…First-team All-SEC selection by the AP and league coaches…Finalist for the Jim Thorpe and Bronko Nagurski Awards, as well as the Lott Trophy…Started all 14 games at strong safety and led the team with 103 tackles (60 solo), including 4.5 stops for losses of 15 yards… Collins was just the 9th defensive back to lead the Tide in tackles during a season…His 103 stops broke the school position record of 94 tackles by Rashad Johnson in 2007…Recovered 2 fumbles and forced 1…Deflected 7 passes and led the Tide with 3 interceptions for 14 yards in returns…Also returned 3 kickoffs for 55 yards…As a sophomore in 2013, played in 13 games with 9 starts – 6 at strong safety and 3 at dime back – and finished 2nd on the team with 70 tackles (52 solo), 2 fumble recoveries, 2 forced fumbles and 10 special teams tackles…Intercepted 2 passes, including 1 he returned 89 yards for a touchdown vs. Tennessee, the 5th-longest runback in school history…In 2012, played as a reserve in all 14 games, recording 17 tackles (8 solo) and blocking a punt that he advanced 13 yards.

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Hosted the “Landon Collins Celebrity Softball Game,” with his teammates playing against members of the 2007 New York Giants to raise money for The Jay Fund...Visited Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst to thank the members of the military for their service, host a youth football event for their kids, and announce the 2017 Round 4 NFL Draft pick on T.V. with selected members of the base...Delivered Hess toy trucks to the pediatric division of Hackensack University Medical Center while visiting patients and their families during the holiday season...Raised awareness for Hurricane Katrina victims by wearing custom designed cleats during Week 13 for the league wide initiative “My Cause My Cleats.”...Hosts an annual football camp for kids in N.J. Attended the 2017 NBC4 and Telemundo Health and Fitness Expo Presented by Quest Diagnostics at MetLife Stadium, interacted with fans in attendance... Attended JT Thomas’ Monday Night Bowling fundraiser that benefited Intensive Therapeutics, a program that offers individual and group services for children with a variety of special needs...Unloaded turkeys at the Food Bank for NYC and served a nutritious dinner to those in need at the Community Kitchen in Harlem...Attended the Trevin Wade Foundation Strike 4 Kids bowling event, interacted with children and families that attended...Visited Modell’s and had the opportunity to meet fans and take photos with them...Attended fashion show fundraiser in support of the Trevin Wade Foundation...Attended the Victor Cruz Foundation Tailgate Faceoff featuring a tailgate cook-off between Giants players and celebrity chef Josh Capon...Participated in the 2017 Giants Town Hall event for season ticket holders, answering questions from the fans.

PERSONAL:
-    Sports studies major…Son of April Justin and Thomas Collins…Born in New Orleans…Football and track star at Dutchtown High School in Geismar, La…In football, he was an All-American defensive back…In his junior season, Collins posted 102 tackles and intercepted 4 passes and earned a Class 5A All-State selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association…As a senior, Collins rushed for 1,218 yards and 21 touchdowns on just 87 carries 14.0-yard avg.)…In the defensive backfield, he had 34 tackles with 4 interceptions, returning 2 for touchdowns…Collins became the first player in LSWA history to earn 5A All-State honors on both sides of the ball…He earned All-America honors by Parade and USA Today…Was regarded as one of the state’s top sprinters…At the 2011 Josten’s Invitational, Collins ran the 2nd leg on the 4x100-meter squad, helping lead them to victory and setting a new school record at 41.10 seconds…Won the 100-meter dash at the 2012 Episcopal 4-Way Championships, with a personal-best time of 10.28 seconds…Also posted a career-best time of 21.60 seconds in the 200-meter dash at the 2012 Josten’s Invitational, where he placed first…At the LHSAA Class 5A State Championships, Collins, despite a strained hamstring, ran the 2nd leg on the 4x200-meter squad, helping them claim the state title with a time of 1:25.40 minutes.
TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 2nd-round (33rd pick overall) draft choice by the Giants in 2015.

GIANTS NOTES:
-    In 2016, Collins was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press and a starter on the NFC Pro Bowl team. Collins and defensive tackle Damon Harrison were the first Giants selected first-team All-Pro since defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul in 2011…Collins was the first Giants safety to play in the Pro Bowl since Antrel Rolle in 2013.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Collins has started all 32 regular-season games and a postseason game since joining the Giants in 2015…In 2016, he led the team in tackles for the 2nd consecutive season, with 125 (100 solo)…The 125 tackles were the most by a safety in Giants history.
-    Collins also had 5 interceptions, 4.0 sacks, and 13 passes defensed…He is the only player in NFL history to have 100 or more solo tackles, and at least 2.0 sacks, 5 interceptions, and 12 passes defensed…Collins was the first NFL safety with 100+ tackles, at least 5 interceptions, and at least 3.0 sacks since Rodney Harrison, then with San Diego, in 2000…He was the only NFL player in 2016 with at least 5 interceptions and at least 4.0 sacks.
-    Collins was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week Award for his performances in Week 7 against the Rams in London (2 interceptions, including 1 he returned for a touchdown, plus 8 solo tackles), and in Week 9 vs. Philadelphia (12 tackles and an interception). The Giants had a bye in Week 8. He was the first Giants player to be named NFC Defensive Player of the Week in consecutive games, the first player in NFL to do it since Charles Tillman in 2012, and first safety since Troy Polamalu in 2010. At the time, Collins was the only NFL player to lead his team in tackles, sacks and interceptions. Collins was the first Giants player with at least 4 interceptions and 3.0 sacks in the same season since Jason Sehorn in 1996.
-    Collins was also named the NFC Defensive Player of the Month in November, when, in 4 games, all Giants victories, he had 30 tackles (23 solo), including 1.0 sack, and 3 interceptions…Collins was the first Giants player to win an NFC Defensive Player of the Month Award since Jason Pierre-Paul in December 2011. He was the first Giants safety to be honored. The only other Giants defensive back to win the award was cornerback Jason Sehorn in December 1997.
-    Collins opened the 2016 season with 6 solo tackles and 1 pass defensed in a victory at Dallas (9/11)…The following week vs. New Orleans (9/25), he had his first career sack, a 5-yard takedown of Drew Brees that ended the Saints’ second possession…Collins was the first Giants safety to register a sack since Craig Dahl tackled New England’s Tom Brady for a 5-yard loss on Nov. 15, 2015.
-    Collins recorded a 10-yard sack of quarterback Joe Flacco and led the Giants with a career-high 12 tackles (10 solo), including 2 for losses, vs. Baltimore (10/16).
-    Against the Rams in London (10/23), Collins scored the Giants’ first defensive touchdown of the season when he intercepted a Case Keenum pass that was tipped by wide receiver Tavon Austin and reached the end zone after a spectacular 44-yard return in which he reversed field from right to left, and avoided numerous attempted tackles with 7:10 remaining in the 2nd quarter. It was the Giants’ first touchdown by a defensive player since cornerback Trevin Wade scored on a 5-yard fumble return on the game’s final play at Tampa Bay on Nov. 8, 2015. It was the Giants’ first interception return for a touchdown since Trumaine McBride’s 63-yard return at New Orleans on Nov. 1, 2015. Collins later had another interception, and recorded a game-high 8 solo tackles.
-    In that game, cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie picked off Keenum in the end zone on the Rams’ final 2 possessions. Collins and DRC were the first pair of teammates with multiple interceptions each in a single game since Seattle’s Byron Maxwell and Richard Sherman in Week 15 of the 2013 season - ironically, against the Giants in MetLife Stadium. They are the first Giants duo to accomplish the feat since Kenny Hill and Terry Kinard vs. San Diego on Sept. 14, 1986.
-    When the Giants returned to action after their bye vs. Philadelphia (11/6), Collins intercepted his 3rd pass in 2 games when he picked off a Carson Wentz throw intended for Nelson Agholor on the 2nd play of the game. Collins’ 3 picks in 2 games duplicates a feat accomplished by Rodgers-Cromartie from Oct. 25-Nov. 1, 2015…In addition to his interception, Collins tied his career-high with 12 tackles (6 solo) and sacked Wentz for a 12-yard loss on the final play of the first half…. He was the first Giants player with an interception and a sack in the same game since defensive end Kerry Wynn did it at St. Louis on Dec. 21, 2014, and the first defensive back to do it since safety Antrel Rolle on Oct. 27, 2013, at Philadelphia. Collins also led the Giants with 12 tackles (6 solo) to earn his second consecutive Player of the Week award.
-    Collins had 5 solo tackles and an interception vs. Cincinnati (11/14). That gave him at least 1 interception in each of 3 consecutive games, the first Giants player to do that since linebacker Michael Boley in the first 3 games of the 2012 season against Dallas and Tampa Bay at home, and on the road at Carolina…Collins was the first Giants player with 4 interceptions in a 3-game span since cornerback Phillippi Sparks had 2 picks in each of 2 consecutive games (Nov. 23 and 30, 1997, at Washington and vs. Tampa Bay).
-    Collins had 6 unassisted stops and another pick vs. Chicago (11/20)…Against the Bears, Collins made the big play at the end of the game, intercepting a Jay Cutler pass at the Giants’ 21-yard line with 1:11 remaining to end the Bears’ last threat. Collins had intercepted at least 1 pass in each of 4 consecutive games, tying a Giants record since the NFL merger…He was the first Giants player to do that since Sparks also had a 4-game streak from Oct. 15-Nov. 12, 1995…Spider Lockhart (1970) and Terry Jackson (1978) were the other Giants players with picks in 4 straight games.
-    Collins had 5 interceptions in that 4-game span to become the first Giants player to accomplish that feat since Willie Williams from Nov. 24-Dec. 15, 1968. He was the 2nd NFL player to do it in 2016, joining Kansas City cornerback Marcus Peters (Sept. 18-Oct. 16)…Collins was the first NFL player with at least 5 interceptions and at least 3.0 sacks through his team’s first 10 games since Green Bay’s LeRoy Butler in 1996 (5 interceptions, 3.5 sacks).
-    Collins’ interception streak ended in the Giants’ victory at Cleveland (11/27), but he contributed 7 tackles (6 solo)….He had 6 tackles (4 solo), and an important 4th-quarter fumble recovery vs. Dallas (12/11), 8 tackles (7 solo) vs. Detroit (12/16), and 9 unassisted stops at Philadelphia (12/22)…Picked up his 4th sack of the season when he dropped Kirk Cousins for a 12-yard loss on the 2nd-to-last play of the first quarter at Washington (1/1). Collins’ 4.0 sacks led all NFL safeties.
-    Collins had 9 tackles (6 solo), including a sack in his postseason debut in the NFC Wild Card Game at Green Bay (1/8).
-    As a rookie in 2015, Collins started all 16 games at free safety, the team’s first defensive rookie to start every game since tackle Barry Cofield in 2006. Collins was the first Giants rookie safety to start every game…Collins led the Giants with 108 tackles (80 solo). He also had 9 passes defensed, 1 interception, and 4 special teams tackles.
-    In his NFL debut, Collins had 4 tackles (2 solo) at Dallas (9/13)…First-round draft choice Ereck Flowers also started that game at left tackle. It was the first time the Giants’ first and 2nd-round draft choices started the season opener as rookies since Aug. 31, 1997, when wide receiver Ike Hilliard (first round) and running back Tiki Barber (2nd) started in a victory over Philadelphia.
-    Collins had 6 tackles in each of the next 4 games, including 6 solo stops vs. Atlanta (9/20)…Finished with a season-high 9 tackles 3 times: 6 solo vs. Dallas (9/25), 4 solo at New Orleans (11/1), and 7 solo vs. Carolina (12/20)…Also had 3 tackles in 3 games…Picked off a Sam Bradford pass for his first career interception at Philadelphia (10/19).

COLLEGE:
-    Collins played in 41 games with 23 starts at Alabama…Career totals included 190 tackles (120 solo), 8.5 stops for losses of 22 yards, 4 fumble recoveries, 5 interceptions for 103 return yards, 13 yards on a blocked punt return and 55 yards on 3 kickoff returns…Also deflected 13 passes and forced 3 fumbles…In 2014, his junior and final collegiate season, Collins was named a unanimous first-team All-America (The NFL Draft Report, Walter Camp, Football Writers Association, American Football Coaches Association, AP and Sporting News)...Led the nation’s 6th-ranked scoring defense (18.4 points per game)…First-team All-SEC selection by the AP and league coaches…Finalist for the Jim Thorpe and Bronko Nagurski Awards, as well as the Lott Trophy…Started all 14 games at strong safety and led the team with 103 tackles (60 solo), including 4.5 stops for losses of 15 yards… Collins was just the 9th defensive back to lead the Tide in tackles during a season…His 103 stops broke the school position record of 94 tackles by Rashad Johnson in 2007…Recovered 2 fumbles and forced 1…Deflected 7 passes and led the Tide with 3 interceptions for 14 yards in returns…Also returned 3 kickoffs for 55 yards…As a sophomore in 2013, played in 13 games with 9 starts – 6 at strong safety and 3 at dime back – and finished 2nd on the team with 70 tackles (52 solo), 2 fumble recoveries, 2 forced fumbles and 10 special teams tackles…Intercepted 2 passes, including 1 he returned 89 yards for a touchdown vs. Tennessee, the 5th-longest runback in school history…In 2012, played as a reserve in all 14 games, recording 17 tackles (8 solo) and blocking a punt that he advanced 13 yards.

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Hosted the “Landon Collins Celebrity Softball Game,” with his teammates playing against members of the 2007 New York Giants to raise money for The Jay Fund...Visited Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst to thank the members of the military for their service, host a youth football event for their kids, and announce the 2017 Round 4 NFL Draft pick on T.V. with selected members of the base...Delivered Hess toy trucks to the pediatric division of Hackensack University Medical Center while visiting patients and their families during the holiday season...Raised awareness for Hurricane Katrina victims by wearing custom designed cleats during Week 13 for the league wide initiative “My Cause My Cleats.”...Hosts an annual football camp for kids in N.J. Attended the 2017 NBC4 and Telemundo Health and Fitness Expo Presented by Quest Diagnostics at MetLife Stadium, interacted with fans in attendance... Attended JT Thomas’ Monday Night Bowling fundraiser that benefited Intensive Therapeutics, a program that offers individual and group services for children with a variety of special needs...Unloaded turkeys at the Food Bank for NYC and served a nutritious dinner to those in need at the Community Kitchen in Harlem...Attended the Trevin Wade Foundation Strike 4 Kids bowling event, interacted with children and families that attended...Visited Modell’s and had the opportunity to meet fans and take photos with them...Attended fashion show fundraiser in support of the Trevin Wade Foundation...Attended the Victor Cruz Foundation Tailgate Faceoff featuring a tailgate cook-off between Giants players and celebrity chef Josh Capon...Participated in the 2017 Giants Town Hall event for season ticket holders, answering questions from the fans.

PERSONAL:
-    Sports studies major…Son of April Justin and Thomas Collins…Born in New Orleans…Football and track star at Dutchtown High School in Geismar, La…In football, he was an All-American defensive back…In his junior season, Collins posted 102 tackles and intercepted 4 passes and earned a Class 5A All-State selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association…As a senior, Collins rushed for 1,218 yards and 21 touchdowns on just 87 carries 14.0-yard avg.)…In the defensive backfield, he had 34 tackles with 4 interceptions, returning 2 for touchdowns…Collins became the first player in LSWA history to earn 5A All-State honors on both sides of the ball…He earned All-America honors by Parade and USA Today…Was regarded as one of the state’s top sprinters…At the 2011 Josten’s Invitational, Collins ran the 2nd leg on the 4x100-meter squad, helping lead them to victory and setting a new school record at 41.10 seconds…Won the 100-meter dash at the 2012 Episcopal 4-Way Championships, with a personal-best time of 10.28 seconds…Also posted a career-best time of 21.60 seconds in the 200-meter dash at the 2012 Josten’s Invitational, where he placed first…At the LHSAA Class 5A State Championships, Collins, despite a strained hamstring, ran the 2nd leg on the 4x200-meter squad, helping them claim the state title with a time of 1:25.40 minutes.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 339 261 78 4.0 0 28 8 93 -- 44 1 2 3
2017 NYG 13 13 102 77 25 0.0 -- 6 2 21 10.5 21 0 1 2
2016 NYG 16 16 125 100 25 4.0 0 13 5 72 14.4 44 1 0 1
2015 NYG 16 16 112 84 28 0.0 -- 9 1 0 -- 0 0 1 --
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
TotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
1 @DAL L 3-19 6 4 2 0.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2 DET L 10-24 7 6 1 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
3 @PHI L 24-27 9 6 3 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 --
4 @TB L 23-25 7 5 2 0.0 -- 2 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
5 LAC L 22-27 8 8 0 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
6 @DEN W 23-10 -- 0 0 0.0 -- 1 1 21 21 21 0 0 --
7 SEA L 7-24 5 4 1 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
9 LA L 17-51 7 5 2 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
10 @SF L 21-31 7 2 5 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
11 KC W 12-9 15 11 4 0.0 -- 1 1 0 -- 0 0 0 --
12 @WAS L 10-20 15 13 2 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
13 @OAK L 17-24 9 7 2 0.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
14 DAL L 10-30 7 6 1 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

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