Four-Star RB Noah Cain Making Plans

Four-star running back Noah Cain checks in at 5-foot-11, 205-pounds from Bradenton (Fla) IMG Academy. The standout back holds offers from numerous programs across the country including the Texas Longhorns.

“The recruiting process has been a blessing for my family and I,” Noah Cain said. “I've been developing a great relationship with the Texas staff especially Coach Beck and Drayton. Ohio State BuckeyesOklahoma Sooners, Texas Longhorns, and LSU Tigers have been pushing the hardest so far. They're all telling me that I'm a special back and that they can see me being that Heisman type running back as long as I put the work in. I think I'm one of the best players because of my drive to be great and my vision, strength, and special playability.  I will probably try to visit Michigan, Texas, LSU, Texas A&M, TCU, and Oklahoma.”

 

Notable Offers

 

Georgia Bulldogs

LSU Tigers

Miami (Fl) Hurricanes

Michigan Wolverines

Ohio State Buckeyes

Texas Longhorns

 

Inside the Numbers

 

Class 2019

Four-Star

RB

5-foot-11, 205-pounds

Bradenton (Fla)

IMG Academy

 

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 ten 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).

 

Scout.com 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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