Memphis (Tenn.) Whitehaven three-star linebacker Adam Collins claims one scholarship. The 5-foot-11, 215-pounder gave his take on the offer and the latest with his summer plans.
"I still have the one offer from Cincinnati," he said. "I just came from camps at Arkansas this weekend, Memphis and Ole Miss. That's been it right now."
Collins has received some positive feedback from these camps.
"When I went up to Ole Miss, Southern was on me and said they'll be recruiting me, along with Alcorn State," said Collins. "I'm still supposed to be going to camps at Tennessee on Wednesday and Mississippi State too."
The Bearcats have the offer out and Collins continues to be interested.
"I think it's a good school," he said. "I'm looking at Cincinnati and I have to go and make a visit. I plan to visit sometime this month."
Collins maintains no favorites at this time, but went in-depth on what he hopes to find in his future school.
"I want to graduate, but I also want a chance to make it to the NFL,"
he said. "If I don't, I want to have a good job that is well paying.
I'm looking at physical therapy. Location is not a big deal."
Collins earned all-state honors as a junior after registering 160 tackles, 25 tackles for loss, four sacks, one interception and two touchdowns as he helped his team to the state championship game.