Four-Star RB Noah Cain Talks Texas & More

Coach Stan Drayton made a trip to Bradenton (Fla) IMG Academy to check in on one of the top 2019 running backs in the country. At 5-foot-11, 205-pounds, Noah Cain is a four-star standout with plenty of options including the University of Texas.

Four-Star running back Noah Cain is one of the most heavily recruited players in the Southeast.  Coach Stan Drayton paid the offensive standout a visit earlier this week.


“Yeah, it’s cool,” Noah Cain said.  “I've always watched Texas growing up so knowing the running back tradition of the program, my family and I were excited when I got the offer.  It's a big time offer for sure.  I speak with Coach Drayton and Coach Beck the most.  Coach Drayton told me I remind him of Zeke as far as mindset and skill. They just like me as a complete back who can do everything in the offense. The strength of my game is my vision and strength.”


Notable Offers


Georgia Bulldogs

LSU Tigers

Miami (Fl) Hurricanes

Michigan Wolverines

Ohio State Buckeyes

Oklahoma Sooners

Texas Longhorns


Bio Blast


Spring 2017: Cain transferred from Denton (Texas) Guyer to Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy.


2016: Cain followed up his big freshman year with a strong sophomore campaign. He ran for 1,683 yards and 22 touchdowns for more than eight yards per carry.


2015: Cain made his varsity debut as a freshman and did not disappoint, rushing for 1,058 yards and 10 touchdowns on 9.4 yards per carry. Cain also caught eight passes for 77 yards and one touchdown. For his efforts, Cain earned Scout's Freshman of the Year honors in the Midlands Region (Texas and the Plains). Take


Noah Cain is not only one of the top running backs in Texas, but one of the top overall prospects in the Lone Star State's 2019 class. He has a natural feel for the position that is evident at a very young age. Cain possesses a prototype frame and build for a high-major running back. Vision, balance, close-quarters lateral mobility, and ability to gain yards after contact are among his strengths. - Gabe Brooks. 

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