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Stephen Collier
Stephen  Collier

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Leesburg, Ga.

High School:
Lee County

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 225

Position:
QB

02/23/2016

Ohio State Announces 2016 Huntington Bucks Go Pro Class

Thirty-seven student-athletes will be interning this summer

04/16/2016

LiFE Sports Spring Game

Ohio State Football concludes spring practice with the LiFE Sports Spring Game at Ohio Stadium on April 16, 2016.

09/13/2014

Football vs. Kent State

Ohio State hosted Kent State on Saturday, September 13, 2014 in Ohio Stadium.

Ohio State Overview: Stephen Collier will miss the 2016 season after injuring his shoulder in the spring game followed by surgery … he had been battling red-shirt freshman Joe Burrow for the No. 2 quarterback responsibility behind J.T. Barrett this spring … Collier took three snaps against Hawai’i in 2016 but otherwise was the third quarterback during the season behind Barrett and Cardale Jones … he earned OSU Scholar-Athlete status last year and is majoring in communications … this summer he was an intern in the Ohio State athletic department’s social media area as part of the Bucks Go Pro initiative.

More on Stephen: Collier enrolled in classes at Ohio State in January 2014 … in May 2014 he was one of 41 honors graduates of Lee County High School, graduating with distinction for having a grade point average above 3.90 and with at least six honors courses on his resume … as a football player, Collier was rated the No. 12 dual threat quarterback in the nation by 247Sports as a senior … he passed for more than 4,000 yards, rushed for 1,500 yards and had 78 touchdowns (passing and rushing) at Lee County High School for coach Dean Fabrizio … he accounted for a Lee County school-record 44 touchdowns in 2013 to lead his team to a 10-2 record, the Region 1-AAAAA title and a berth in the Georgia state playoffs … a multi-dimensional signal caller, Collier had some of the best passing numbers in the state as a senior with 2,291 passing yards and 24 touchdowns … he also rushed for 1,021 yards and another 20 touchdowns … he was named Southwest Georgia player of the year … also named Albany (Ga.) Herald player of the year and “people’s choice” player of the year … was invited to the prestigious ESPN RISE Elite 11 finals in Eugene, Oregon after his junior season … passed for 1,887 yards and 23 touchdowns, and rushed for an additional 485 yards and 11 scores as a junior … is the son of Natalie and Stephen Collier Sr