RB Spring Risers in Texas

FOX Sports NEXT takes a look at a few players in the state of Texas who have started to see some movement in the recruiting process. In fact, we estimate that this spring even more interest, and offers will come their way. Check out the players we think will keep college coaches coming to their school in heavy rotation. Today we look at the running backs.

RB Cedric Dale (5-9, 175) – Fort Worth (TX) Timber Creek
It's still early in the game as it pertains to spring and Dale already has Texas Tech in hand as an offer. With upcoming visits to both Oklahoma State and Kansas State, it looks as though Dale's offer count will grow with him making the rounds and when coaches start coming by Timber Creek. 

RB D'Onta Foreman (6-1, 190) – Texas City (TX) HS
He had a solid year on a good team running for over 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns, but Foreman has not yet pulled in an offer. Interest from Red River foes Texas and Oklahoma is there, and perhaps more evaluations are being done. By spring, look for things to pick up for Foreman. He is far too talented to go into summer without an offer.

RB Vic Enwere (6-1, 208) – Sugar Land (TX) S.F. Austin
Perhaps it is a bit odd to have Enwere on the list seeing that he currently sits with five offers (Colorado, Rice, SMU, Houston, Utah), but don't be surprised if that number doubles as spring training goes on. A big, bruising back who moves well can fit into any offense. 

RB Larry Hill (5-9, 205) – Cedar Hill (TX) HS
Hill has big-bodied back mentality, getting the tough yards when his number is called. Even still, there is room for him on the next level. There's no doubt that hundreds of college coaches will make their way to Cedar Hill. At that time, they will catch a glimpse of Hill, and he should get some good news.

RB Samuel Stewart (5-9, 180) – Houston (TX) Cy Woods
After missing most of his junior season, Stewart is looking to show the skills it took to land his Texas Tech and Mississippi State offers, which he received after his sophomore season. Washington State, LSU and Michigan State are in the picture, but look for a number of others to make their way to the Northwest Houston school.

Ahmard Vital is responsible for Midlands Recruiting, mainly covering prospects in the state of Texas. He joined Scout.com in 2005 and is the author of the newly released book, Awaken the Baller Within.
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