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Stephen Collier
Snapshot Profile: Stephen Collier
By Tony Gerdeman
Player: Stephen Collier
School: Lee County (Leesburg, GA)
Position: Quarterback

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 210
40-yard dash: 5.23
20-yard shuttle: 4.43
Vertical jump: 28.9
Rivals: 3-Star
Scout: 3-Star #51 Quarterback
247Sports: 3-Star #12 Dual Threat Quarterback
ESPN: 3-Star #41 Pocket Passer

2013: 2,291 yards passing, 24 touchdowns; 1,021 yards rushing, 20 touchdowns.
2012: 1,887 yards passing, 23 touchdowns; 485 yards rushing, 11 touchdowns.

Accounted for a school record 44 touchdowns last season; Named Southwest Georgia Player of the Year; Participated in the Elite 11 Finals following his junior season; Enrolled in the winter.

Ohio State, Boston College, Cincinnati, Wake Forest, Toledo, Marshall, Louisiana Tech, Harvard.

Compares To
Kenny Guiton

Scouting Report
Faster than his 40 time listed above, he is also strong enough to keep plays alive. Strong arm, still improving on his accuracy. Big enough and tall enough to take some hits, but crafty enough to stay alive and avoid them altogether. Has improved each year as a passer, and that should only continue moving forward. A good deal of potential that has already begun being tapped.

Immediate Projection
Collier will be one of three quarterbacks competing to be Braxton Miller's backup. He will be in for the spring, which will help him. However, if he is still fourth in the pecking order after the spring, then he will likely redshirt. Keep in mind that Urban Meyer has redshirted both of the true freshmen quarterbacks he has had at Ohio State.


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