Signed by Green Bay as a non-drafted free agent on May 8, 2015…Finished his college career at Texas A&M-Commerce after spending a year at Midwestern State (Texas) in 2012 and two seasons at Kilgore (Texas) Junior College (2010-11)…Named first-team All-Lone Star Conference and a All-American after playing in 12 games as a senior in 2014 and catching 77 passes for 1,187 yards (15.4 avg.) and 14 TDs…Caught four passes for 120 yards (30.0 avg.) and two TDs, helping the Lions score 98 points and set an NCAA Division II record for total offense with 986 yards vs. East Texas Baptist (Sept. 4)…Grabbed eight passes for 89 yards (11.1 avg.) at Stephen F. Austin (Sept. 13)…Hauled in three balls for 67 yards (22.3 avg.) and a score in a 55-20 win vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville (Sept. 20) at AT&T Stadium…Hauled in a 4-yard TD pass in the first quarter and a 37-yard TD pass in the third quarter at Eastern New Mexico (Sept. 27), finishing with 93 yards on six receptions (15.5 avg.) in the Lions’ 48-32 win…Recorded seven catches for 112 yards (16.0 avg.) and a TD vs. Tarleton State (Oct. 4)…Also threw a 44-yard TD pass to WR Taylor Peasha on a double-reverse play in the win vs. Tarleton…Led the team with a career-high 10 receptions for 132 yards (13.2 avg.) in a 41-40 win at Angelo State (Oct. 11)…Caught nine balls for 153 yards (17.0 avg.) and two TDs, including a 61-yard TD, vs. West Texas A&M (Oct. 18)…Posted seven catches for 100 yards (14.3 avg.) in an OT loss at Midwestern State (Oct. 25)…Tallied a career-high 160 yards and two TDs on five receptions (32.0 avg.) and added a two-point conversion in the team’s Lone Star Conference playoff win vs. Tarleton State (Nov. 8)…Logged the Lions’ longest play of the season vs. Tarleton when he caught a ball and then sprinted another 45 yards past two TSU defenders for a 77-yard TD…Again notched two TD catches the following week and 49 yards on five receptions (9.8 avg.) in the team’s conference playoff loss vs. Angelo State (Nov. 15)…Hauled in two TD receptions for the third consecutive week, finishing with 112 yards  on seven receptions (16.0 avg.) in the Heart of Texas Bowl vs. East Central Texas (Dec. 6)…Redshirted as a junior in 2013 and spent time on the Lions’ practice squad…Majored in general studies…Played in five games with two starts at Midwestern State (Texas) in 2012 and recorded seven receptions for 98 yards (14.0 avg.)…Caught four passes for 23 yards (5.8 avg.) at Tarleton State (Sept. 8)…Posted 68 yards on two receptions (34.0 avg.) at Texas A&M-Kingsville (Sept. 22)…Compiled 84 receptions for 1,225 yards (14.6 avg.) and nine TDs  during his two seasons at Kilgore Junior College…Earned first-team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference honors after registering 50 catches for 571 yards (11.4 avg.) and six TDs in nine games as a sophomore in 2011...Also returned six punts for 52 yards (8.7 avg.) and four kickoffs for 120 yards (30.0 avg.)…Rated a three-star recruit by and ranked as the No. 33 junior college wide receiver in the nation…Hauled in two TDs at Hutchinson Community College (Aug. 25)…Recorded a 21-yard rushing TD at Cisco College (Oct. 8)…Finished the season with scores vs. Blinn College (Oct. 22) and at Tyler Junior College (Oct. 29)…Played in seven games as a freshman in 2010 and registered 23 catches for 467 yards (20.3 avg.) and two TDs…Snagged his first collegiate TD pass vs. Blinn College (Oct. 23) and his second TD the following week vs. Tyler Junior College (Oct. 30)…Graduated from John Tyler High School in Tyler, Texas, where he played WR…Earned first-team all-district and first-team Tyler Telegraph All-East Texas honors as a senior in 2009…Helped his team to the District 11-5A title and a bi-district win with 44 receptions for 1,053 yards (23.9 avg.) and 13 TDs…Also participated in the sprint relays for Tyler’s track and field team……Single, lives in Tyler, Texas…Has a son, Dae’Shun, 4, and two daughters, Brynlee, 2, and Maddi, 1…Given name Ricky Arnez Collins Jr.; nickname is “Slicc”…Born in Tyler, Texas.