Running back’s mother absconds with letter of intent

Arkansas fans are waiting with bated breath to see if Alex Collins’ mother will return with the paperwork necessary for him to sign with the Razorbacks, according to fansided.com.

Collins, who rivals.com ranked as the 13th top running back in the nation, announced Monday on Fox Sports South his intention to sign with Arkansas. He wavered between Miami and Arkansas but ultimately elected to head for the SEC.

However, on National Signing Day various media outlets reported that before the Florida native could sign his National Letter of Intent his mother absconded with them, upset about his decision to move further from home.

A player cannot sign his letter without the signature of a legal guardian.

Collins was also being wooed by Florida, Florida State and Wisconsin.

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One Response to Running back’s mother absconds with letter of intent

  1. The Lone Reader says:

    Whoever was the from UA really should have had an extra copy on him.

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