University Relations // 03.30.2017
When Collin Drafts graduated from Charleston Southern in 2006, he was the Big South Conference leader in 13 different statistical categories. He is the first Buccaneer football player to be selected for the Big South Hall of Fame.
Drafts, who was a four-year starter at CSU remains the only quarterback in Big South history with two 400-yard passing games along with two games where he accounted for five touchdowns.
A native of Battery Creek High School in Beaufort, South Carolina, Drafts played in the Arena Football League after college. He recently accepted a high school coaching opportunity in Columbia, SC.
Drafts joins four others from CSU in the Big South Hall of Fame: coaches Howard Bagwell and Jim Settle, tennis player, Hans Olsen, and golfer Jim Gardas.
Founded in 1964, Charleston Southern University is a private, four-year liberal arts college. CSU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and is affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention. The university's vision is to be a Christian university nationally recognized for integrating faith in learning, leading and serving.