Dauphine through eight game in his senior season has racked up 1,166 yards on 159 carries (7.33 ypc) with nine TDs. His totals become more impressive when you consider Port Arthur Memorial High has another star running back in junior Kameron Martin (124 carries, 733 hashes, 15 TDs.)
Dauphine boasts elite speed.
As a junior, he won the Texas State 200-meter title with a time of 20.76 seconds back in May. It remains the fourth fastest time in the nation this calendar year according to DyeStat. That speed translates well to football. Once he gets a step out on the gridiron, it's extremely difficult to chase him down.
But Dauphin, ranked the No. 7 running back in the state and No. 34 nationally, also runs with power. An instinctual runner, he simply changes things up as necessary. He's adept at setting blockers and then when a crease presents itself, kicking on the jets. And he's particular good at working out in space, something Mike Leach looks for in his running backs.
In July, Dauphine firmed things up again. He said following an unofficial visit to Tech he was 100 percent with the Red Raiders and indicated he would not take any other visits, unofficial or otherwise. But then Leach came calling. And as is the case in recruiting, things change.
AFIA (6-2, 190) IS a safety prospect out of Chine Hills, Calif. He holds offers from Oregon State, Utah, Boise State, Fresno State and others.
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Lea checks in at 6-4, 273-pounds and holds scholarship offers from Washington State, Arizona State, Utah, Kansas State, Southern Miss and others. He hails from New Orleans.
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