Saturday at L.D. Bell High School and the final session of the Mary Hardin-Baylor satellite camp and there was a "Session" that rocked the session.
Mansfield (Legacy) running back Kameron Session ran a 4.43 in the forty and then proceeded to broad jump a very impressive 10'4" before running a 4.2 second time in the 5-10-5 shuttle drill. All three performances put him near the top in the camp, but the size had coaches scratching their head.
Session is 5-6 and 175 pounds. My opinion developed over years of watching running backs is size doesn't matter. I've seen mighty mites run through the best defenses in college football. Now I will also say speed, broad jumps, and shuttle drills don't matter unless the top performances belong to a football player.
That is where Session completes the story of being a prospect worthy of attention. He rushed for 1,291 yards last season on 224 carries, scoring 15 rushing touchdowns, and he also added a receiving touchdown. As a sophomore, he carried 192 times in a very physical district and rushed for 962 yards and 12 touchdowns.
He has 2,253 rushing yards in his prep career with a senior season to go. He's averaged 5.0 yards (as a sophomore) and 5.8 yards (a year ago as a junior) over the past two seasons.
Session is a good student and good person, which also counts for something in recruiting, when you combine it with talent and performance. I predict his offers will increase over the next few weeks.