Recruiting is a tough process, possibly even more so when you play in one of the smallest classifications.
Northwest Christian running back Casey Jahn (5-11 205) has been tearing apart defenses since his freshman year, rushing for over 5,000 yards in his career thus far including 2,583 yards and 32 TDs as a junior while helping his team win the 2A state title.
A lot of schools have stopped by in this Spring Evaluation Period but it was an FCS program that stepped up first and offered a scholarship.
Jahn's father tells Scout.com, "Casey got an offer from North Dakota, they told him he was the number one back on their board."
Many of the schools that have stopped by are not sure if Casey is a back, linebacker or even safety, so many want to see him in camp. Boise State, San Diego State, New Mexico, Stanford and Northwestern are programs that would like to see him this summer in their camp.
Other schools that are showing great interest include Air Force, Army and Cal.
For more on Jahn, check back with Scout.com.
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