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South Plantation’s Alex Collins got his father’s signature on his letter of intent to Arkansas. But his mother, who prefers UM, has hired a lawyer.

What’s the latest on the Alex Collins’ signing decision?  The Miami Herald reports:
Alex Collins got to enjoy National Signing Day — just one day later.

With his father, Johnny, his aunt, Loretta, and his grandmother, Betty, by his side, the South Plantation star running back signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Arkansas on Thursday afternoon. The school received his fax and announced it.

His mother, who ran off without signing those same papers Wednesday at a scheduled signing day event at his school, wasn’t at the private event held Thursday at Bokamper’s Sports Bar and Grill in Plantation. Instead, she hired attorney Jack Paris of The Cochran Firm South Florida, according to a news release, to represent “the family’s interests while she contemplates” where her son should decide to play football.  See the full story