Stacy Collins Joins Boise State Football Staff

Stacy Collins Joins Boise State Football Staff

BOISE, Idaho – Stacy Collins has been added to the Boise State football staff and will be the uncommon groups coordinator and coach the edge position, Bronco head coach Andy Avalos announced, Wednesday.

“We’ve seen direct what kind of coach Stacy Collins is from his time at Utah State, but at the same time he’s a high-character person that will fit in well with our way of life here at Boise State,” Avalos said. Stacy Collins Joins Boise State Football Staff. “His essential concern isn’t simply constructing incredible football players, however fabricating exceptional youngsters that are set up to do extraordinary things when their football professions are finished, and that is what is the issue here.”

Collins spent the last five seasons at Utah State, including a year ago as the co-guarded organizer and auxiliary mentor. In 2019, he was the Aggies’ unique groups organizer and running backs mentor, he guided inside linebackers in 2017-18 and filled in as the extraordinary groups facilitator in 2016.

“I’m incredibly eager to join the Boise State family and working with Coach Avalos,” Collins said. “The convention of Boise State Football, the achievement they’ve had both on and off the field, makes this an objective occupation in school football. There’s likewise an incredible convention here with the extraordinary groups play, and I’m anticipating proceeding on that custom, just as working with the guarded staff and proceeding to expand on the incredible item they’ve just been putting on the field” Collins said.

“Being a Northwest local, I additionally see how extraordinary this local area is, and I’m eager to be important for it. Having the option to bring up my children here is extraordinary” Collins said.

During the 2019 mission, placekicker Dominik Eberle was All-Mountain West First Team and a Pro Football Focus Honorable Mention All-American. He set 14 school precedents in his vocation and marked a free specialist contract with the Las Vegas Raiders. Savon Scarver was All-Mountain West First Team as a return trained professional while Collins was named the Mountain West Special Teams Coordinator of the Year.

Utah State drove the country in turnovers constrained (32), captures (22) and three-and-outs constrained per game (5.69) in 2018 and was positioned third broadly with six guarded scores. Collins guided sophomore David Woodward, a Pro Football Focus All-America first-group and Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year honoree. Woodward additionally accumulated All-America third-group awards from the Associated Press.

Collins filled in as the Aggies’ guarded facilitator for the New Mexico Bowl that season, a 52-13 triumph over North Texas, and Utah State completed No. 22 in the Associated Press survey.

In 2017, Utah State positioned nineteenth broadly in passing yards permitted (182.5 per game) and was in the best 10 in protective scores, constrained bumbles and turnovers constrained.

During the 2016 season, Collins assisted Utah With expressing rank third in the Mountain West and 38th broadly in opening shot return protection (19.47 yards per return).

Preceding Utah State, Collins was the lead trainer at Division II South Dakota School of Mines for four seasons and drove the Hardrockers to winning seasons in 2013 and 2015.

In 2014, South Dakota School of Mines set single-season school records for first downs, passing yards and all out yards. Over the 2014-15 seasons, 14 understudy competitors acquired all-meeting praises.

Collins spent the 2011 season as the extraordinary groups organizer at Portland State when placekicker Zach Brown was an All-American.

From 2008-10, Collins was the uncommon groups organizer and linebackers/cautious line mentor at Central Washington. Placekicker Garrett Rolsma was an All-American and double cross all-gathering determination for the Wildcats.

Different stops in the excursion for Collins incorporate Southern Oregon (cautious organizer, 2007), Idaho State (linebackers, 2005-06), Western Washington (linebackers, 2003-04/extraordinary groups facilitator, 2004), South Dakota School of Mines (guarded facilitator/safeguards, 2002) and Western Oregon (linebackers, 1998-2001).

At Western Washington in 2004, Collins trained punter Mike Koenen, who proceeded to play 10 seasons in the NFL.

Notwithstanding his university experience, Collins trained three seasons (1999-2001) for the Vienna (Austria) Vikings of the European Federation of American Football. The Vikings won Austrian public titles each season.

Collins played linebacker at Western Oregon for four seasons (1993-97). He acquired a four year certification from the school in actual training (1998) and added an expert’s in instruction (2001).

A local of Sutherlin, Ore., Collins and his better half, Mandi, have four little girls, Kayla, Mackenzie, Kylee and Mackenna.

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