Either had a change of heart on his commitment to Arkansas or his mom confiscated his Letter of Intent.
Every National Signing Day brings with it some unexpected suspense, and it appears we have our first such development this year.
Five-star running back Alex Collins verbally committed to Arkansas on Monday and was expected to make it official at a ceremony on Wednesday. Instead, Collins canceled his ceremony because he needed more time to think about his decision.
Which is somewhat different than the story from ESPN's RecruitingNation. Corey Long reported on Wednesday that Collins' mom "confiscated" his letter of intent and left the school with it. She reportedly did so because she doesn't want her son to leave the area to go to school.
Collins is considered the top all-purpose running back in the 2013 class by 247Sports.com. The 5-foot-11, 204-pound back from South Plantation in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has rushed for 2,915 yards and 38 touchdowns the last two seasons.
Collins is also considering Florida, Florida State, Miami and Wisconsin.