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What Makes A Perfect Running Back? Here Are Some Options

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What makes a perfect running back? Is it the fast guy with a lot of maneuverability? Is it a larger runner who can get his mass to propel him forward, no matter what? Is it someone who has the utmost clarity of vision, no matter how the play is developing, no matter the playing conditions on the field?

We see a wide array of backs who create recruiting profiles with NCSA to help them in their recruiting process. This is the latest post in our series highlighting top high school football players throughout the country for Football Scoop. Check out some of the other top high school football players:

Be sure to check out both here and Football Scoop for more of the country’s best football players in high school.

These Top Football Players Might Approach What Makes a Perfect Running Back

Lil’Jordan Humphrey

Class: 2016
Measurements: 6’5″ 200 lbs
Position: Running Back
School: Southlake Carroll Senior High School
Hometown: Grapevine, Texas

Tre Nation

Class: 2016
Measurements: 6’0″ 220 lbs
Position: Outside Linebacker
School: Leeds High School
Hometown: Leeds, Alabama

Elijah Hamilton

Class: 2016
Measurements: 6’2″ 195 lbs
Position: Cornerback
School: Blessed Trinity High School
Hometown: Woodstock, Georgia

Michael Carter

Class: 2017
Measurements: 5’9″ 190 lbs
Position: Running Back
School: Navarre High School
Hometown: Navarre, Florida

Craig Williams

Class: 2018
Measurements: 5’9″ 165 lbs
Position: Running Back
School: Crosby High School
Hometown: Crosby, Texas

How are you working to become a more perfect running back? We’d love to chat with you about it, and about your recruiting process in general. The best way to get started is with a recruiting profile.

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Andy McKernan

Andy McKernan is the content strategist at NCSA Athletic Recruiting. A content marketer with a background in creative writing, Andy brings several years of experience to NCSA.