Dylan Collie chooses BYU
Who wants a No. 1 wide receiver?
Dylan Collie caught a team-high 56 passes for 636 yards and four touchdowns for Hawaii last season including six grabs for 103 yard in the 30-20 loss to BYU.
And now the grad transfer is joining the Cougars.
With his quarterback, Dru Brown, leaving for Oklahoma State, Collie wanted to move on from the program with Vanderbilt right there in the mix for his services. He would’ve been a great fit for the Commodores, but now he’s a Cougar, following in the footsteps of his brother, Austin.
Dylan started out at BYU, but bolted for Hawaii after taking his two-year mission. Can now he’s back to his first program after making 118 grabs in his Rainbow Warrior career.
The 5-10, 175-pounder should fit in right away with a Cougar receiving corps that gets back six starters, but didn’t do enough for a miserable offense.
As long as the quarterback situation is settled right away, though, this offseason, there’s a shot for a quick turnaround – with Collie the lead man in the pack.