Collin Drafts


Position: Quarterbacks

As a player, Drafts made his mark throughout his collegiate career and amassed over 10,000 total yards and accounted for over 90 TD’s as a 4 year starter at Charleston Southern. He currently hold’s almost every single passing record for the Buccaneers and in the Big South Conference. Collin was inducted into to the Battery Creek high school athletic hall of fame, the Charleston Southern University athletic Hall of fame, and most recently was the first football player ever inducted into the Big South Conference athletic hall of fame. He also was named to the Big South Conference "All-Decade Team." After his college career Collin went on to play for numerous AFL teams during his 7 year career and spent his last 3 seasons with the Orlando Predators of the AFL.

As a coach Collin Drafts quickly emerged as one of the top quarterback coaches and offensive coordinators in the state of Florida. In his first 5 years in Orlando, Drafts coached Deondre Francois (Florida State), Hayden Griffitts (BYU), and Woody Barrett (Auburn). Under his guidance these quarterbacks excelled with both Francois and Barrett being named Under Armour All-Americans. Drafts' offenses ranked in top five in the state his last 3 years at West Orange high school averaging over 45 points per game.

Collin’s combination of over 30 years of playing experience and both high school and Division I collegiate coaching experience make for an incredible perspective on teaching the Quarterback position. His ability to transform young men into highly motivated and successful QB’s has been second to none. Collin currently resides in Jacksonville, FL where he is the head football coach at Nease high school.

Playing Career

  • Manchester Wolves (2007)
  • Tri-Cities Fever (2007)
  • Green Bay Blizzard (2008)
  • Amarillo Dusters (2009)
  • Dallas Vigilantes (2010)
  • Orlando Predators (2011)
  • Jacksonville Sharks (2012)
  • Orlando Predators (2012–2013)
  • Lakeland Raiders (2013)

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