Kollin (No. 63, 2012) commits to Indiana
Monday, September 5, 2011
Max Kollin of Farmington Hills, Mich., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Indiana.
Kollin, who will be a senior at North Farmington High School, made unofficial visits to Indiana, Michigan State and Bowling Green. Kollin also had seen interest from Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Louisville, but his decision came down to Michigan State and Indiana. He received offers from both schools.
“I am very excited about becoming a Hoosier,” Kollin said. “I chose Indiana because Coach (Mike) Mayer and Coach (Jamie) Broce are great guys that have built a team that is consistently ranked high. They have an amazing training and practice facility. And they are helping develop PGA Tour talent, like Jeff Overton, who still practices there.”
Kollin is ranked No. 63 in the 2012 class and is the top-ranked player in Michigan.
This past summer, Kollin played in four AJGA events and placed in the top 10 in each. He won the individual title at the Michigan High School D-1 State Championship and was named to the All-State Super Team.
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