Collie has favorite school

BYU is the leader for Dylan Collie but the El Dorado Hills (Calif.) Oak Ridge wide receiver wants to participate in some 7-on-7 tournament and camps this summer before making his decision.
The Cougars are definitely on top for Collie, though, and could be tough to beat in his recruitment.
"I've kind of been talking to BYU since my freshman year when my best friend just got offered by them and it kind of went from there," Collie said.
"I sent them my sophomore year highlight film and then halfway through my junior year sent them more highlight film and coach (Bronco) Mendenhall sat down with my dad and watched it and said, 'This is enough. I like what I see.'
"He brought me in for their junior day in the last couple months and he said they really want me and they're offering me a full-ride scholarship."
Stanford, Oregon State, Utah, UCLA, Northern Arizona and some Ivy League programs are pursuing Collie, a 5-foot-11, 172-pound prospect who finished with 42 receptions for 543 yards and eight touchdowns in his junior season.
BYU is on top heading into the spring and summer camp circuit.
"Right now, they're definitely my No. 1," Collie said. "Before they were my No. 1 because they were the only ones giving me a scholarship but I'm not seeing much more excitement from another school.
"I've been following all the schools that have shown heavy interest in me. I've been following them through spring ball and the performance and the coaching changes at BYU are really something to look forward to and definitely looking good."
Even though there is lots of excitement about BYU, Collie still wants to wait through the camp season before making his commitment.
"I'm going to wait and see what other opportunities open up," Collie said. "I have a couple 7-on-7s and some camps to go to this summer.
"I really think there I will open the eyes of other schools hopefully enough to where they do want to offer me. I'll go from there and see their campuses and their team and what excitement they bring to the table and hopefully make a decision when the time is right."