One Sticks Out for Newby?

The #39-ranked running back in the country, Terrell Nemby from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade, said three programs were at the top for him, with one standing out...

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade's Terrell Newby is one of the top-ranked running backs in the country. Coming off a dominating junior season, Newby is looking get even better during his senior season, even though he's already garnered scholarship offers from an impressive list of schools.

"I have offers from 12 schools (Cal, Nebraska, Oregon, Washington, Arizona State, Colorado, Minnesota, Boston College, Oregon State, Utah, Washington, Washington State)," said the soon-to-be-senior.

Newby doesn't have a top school or list, but four teams seem to stick out, with one sticking out more than the other three, or so it seems.

"I've visited Nebraska, UCLA, CaL and USC, I don't not have any more visits planned as of now, but I'm itching to get out to Oregon," said Newby.

Newby is seeing a large push from Nebraska, who will lose their senior running back next season.

"I'd have to say Nebraska is recruiting me the hardest, they have really stressed how much they need me more than a want," said the #39-ranked running back in the nation.

"I feel like I can be used in many ways like Rex (Burkhead) is used now and try to incorporate my speed anyway. I can use that in either catching or carrying."

Newby doesn't have an exact date for when he would like to make his final decision. But he will for sure do his homework before committing to any school.

"I'm not sure when I want to commit, but I'm leaning towards going on all of my official visits first," said Newby.

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