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2014 Texas CB Eyes ND Visit
Cedric Collins isn’t sure when he’ll choose a college, but the 2014 Dallas cornerback is certain that he wants to visit Notre Dame before he does so.
“I'm trying to get up there next month,” said Collins. “I'm not sure the exact date right now.
“It's one of the schools that I'm looking at potentially going to, so I just want to check it out before I make a decision.”
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound standout for Dallas powerhouse Skyline High School is intrigued about potentially joining a program with the history of Notre Dame.
“The tradition up there is amazing with all of the players who went there and all the coaches, I would like to be a part of it,” he said.
Collins has an impressive offer sheet that already includes Oklahoma, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, TCU, Baylor and Kansas State among others. He hasn’t officially been offered by the Irish yet, but Notre Dame cornerbacks coach Kerry Cooks says one should be coming soon.
“He's been telling me that he wants me on his team and he can see me playing in their system,” Collins said of Cooks.
“He said an offer is coming down the pipeline. He said he would offer me, but he has to go through the process with the other coaches and stuff.”
Collins is honored to be so high on Notre Dame’s board even without an offer yet.
“It feels great,” he said. “It's a school that I've wanted to go to since I was little. My dad is a big Notre Dame fan. That'll be both of our first times there. I just want to see the facilities and how the atmosphere feels.”
Collins’ Skyline teammate, 2013 athlete Devante Kincaide, has Notre Dame in his top six, but Collins isn’t sure if Kincaide will make a visit to South Bend.
Collins believes it’s his playmaking ability that helps him stand out.
“I can do it all,” he said. “I play fast, I play hard, especially when I get picks, I can take it to the house.
Collins has already visited Nebraska and wants to check out Texas A&M and Baylor again along with TCU and Notre Dame before choosing a school.
“I'm not sure when I’ll make a decision,” Collins said. “I would love a coach who is going to push me and just a family atmosphere and a place I would love to be at and want to succeed.”
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