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Could Houston Texans WR Nico Collins Be This Year's Surprise Rookie Breakout?

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Houston Texans faithful don't have much to look forward to this fall, but an eye toward the franchise's future can make the upcoming campaign palatable.Rookie wide receiver Nico Collins has already worked his way to the forefront among the young prospects to watch, and he has potential to explode during his initial campaign. Collins appears poised to provide a similar impact seen by the likes of the Pittsburgh Steelers' Chase Claypool, Washington Football Team's Terry McLaurin and Los Angeles Rams' Cooper Kupp after being recent third-round draft selections. The Texans chose Collins with this year's 89th overall pick. looking forward to continuing to work with him and seeing him grow," Cooks said in May. Interestingly, the decision to opt out of the 2020 campaign became part of the reason why Collins didn't go higher in the draft. "The way they’re going out and making plays has definitely impressed me and I'm looking forward to working with those guys throughout the season and getting those guys plenty of balls to catch for sure."Some may view Collins' projected leap in production as a stretch considering he never dominated at the collegiate level. I'm glad that the Houston Texans believed in me and they picked me up.""A big target, I use my frame to my advantage. I use my size the best way I can, and that’s the best way I perform on the football field, just using my size."Very little resistance will likely emerge toward Collins showing up as part of the Texans' three-receiver packages once Houston takes the field in Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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