Tailback LeShun Daniels rushed for 227-yards last Friday, in helping Warren Harding defeat Cleveland Heights 34-28 on one of the the state's top matchups.
"This was a huge win for us, and we showed a lot of heart in fighting back to win," Daniels stated. "I give all the credit to my offensive line, because when they play great, I play great."
"I ran the ball hard tonight, and tried to not let one player tackle me," he added. "I tried to finish runs off the right way, and I tried to punish tacklers. I'm trying to run behind my pads more, and run upright, and tonight that really paid off."
Daniels, 6-foot, 215-pounds, is one of the top power runners in Ohio for the class of 2013. He is committed to Boston College.
"I loved the school and it's a great area of the country," he explained. "Their academic reputation is excellent, and my family loved that. It just felt like the right place for me when I visited there. I took my official visit for the Clemson game, and it was a great atmosphere. I'm going there intending to play next season, and that's my goal."
EVALUATION: Daniels is a prototypical power-running tailback, and a player that gets stronger as the game wears on. He needs to work on getting faster and shiftier, but there is no doubting his ability to play physical football.