BYU Football Recruiting: Jeff Grimes & Fesi Sitake Made In-Home Visit to Dylan Collie
Former Hawaii wide receiver Dylan Collie is being courted by BYU, Vanderbilt, and a host of other schools.
The Collie name is a famous one in BYU football lore, will Dylan return to Provo?
Former Hawaii wide receiver Dylan Collie is a prized target for BYU during this recruiting season.
It’s a strange thing to say when you consider Collie has already been in the BYU football program for one year, his true freshman season back in 2012.
After serving an LDS mission, BYU’s offensive staff experienced an overhaul upon Collie’s arrival, thus leading to Collie transferring from BYU and headed to the islands to play for Hawaii.
On Monday night, BYU offensive coordinator and offensive assistant (expected to be wide receiver coach) Fesi Sitake were in Honolulu to visit with Collie who hauled in 56 receptions for 636 yards in 2017 for the Rainbow Warriors.
The Collie name is synonymous with BYU football. Dylan’s father, Scott, played for BYU in the 70’s and his older brothers, Zac and Austin thrived at BYU as well with Austin finishing his career as arguably the greatest receiver to ever come through the program.
BYU is in desperate need for playmakers at the wide receiver position and Collie would fit a huge need for Grimes’ first offense as a play-caller.
Vanderbilt, Fresno State, San Jose State, and Arizona State are some of the schools that have been in contact with Collie along with BYU.