The above video features game clips of 2019 four-star running back Noah Cain in Denton Guyer's 42-7 district home win against McKinney in this past Friday's Texas high school football contest at C.H. Collins Athletics Complex in Denton.
According to TigerBlitz.com, Cain picked up an offer Monday night from LSU, which has long shown interest in the 5-foot-11, 203-pound sophomore who also happens to originally hail from South Louisiana.
LSU joins an already impressive offer list that includes double-digit Power 5 conference programs: LSU, Arizona, ArizonaState, Kansas, Miami, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and UCLA.
Cain took an unofficial visit over the weekend to Miami, which he saw fall in a 20-19 nailbiter against arch rival Florida State.
In Friday's win against McKinney, Cain ran 17 times for 176 yards and one touchdown, averaging 10.4 yards per carry.
Cain is a strong, patient runner who has great instincts and vision for a young running back. He gains yards after contact, runs with good pad level, and finishes his runs. As you can tell from the video, his initial burst is impressive, and for a sophomore who is already north of 200 pounds, his short-area agility and ability to change directions quickly are strengths.
Cain broke out in 2015 as a freshman, when he ran for 1,058 yards and 10 touchdowns on 9.4 yards per carry, in addition to eight receptions for 77 yards and another score. Cain earned Scout's Freshman of the Year honors for the Midlands Region (Texas and the Great Plains).
With plenty of offers in his future, Cain is definitely one to watch as he's expected to be one of the top prospects in Texas for the 2019, regardless of position. Stick with Scout as we continue to monitor Cain's development and recruitment.