Noah Cain, the No. 1 running back in the country for 2019, took an unofficial visit to LSU on Monday.


Cain, a four-star prospect and Baton Rouge native is currently enrolled at the IMG Academy in Florida. He holds offers from plenty of big-time college football programs like LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, UCLA and others.

There is still plenty of time before Cain will ultimately sign with a school but many believe it will come down to LSU, Texas, Oklahoma or Miami.

LSU currently has one running back commitment for the class of 2019 in four-star prospect Tyrion Davis from Southern University Lab School in Baton Rouge, LA.

For more info on Cain, visit his profile page on our 2019 Recruiting Tracker.

Comments

8 Comments
Hanging with Guice is a good thing. He's always positive and you know he's recruiting this guy!
Reply17 months
If it's down to us Texas, Oklahoma or Miami.....we are the easy choice.
Reply17 months
He'll be at OU with his IMG teammate TJ Pledger.
Reply17 months
Is that the main reason he would go there? Are there other serious ties to OU?
17 months
Yeah all those IMG kids stick together like- Grant Delpit (LSU), Dylan Benedict Moses (Bama) and Josh Kaindoh (FSU). It happens every year, who could forget Shea Patterson (Ole Piss), Drake Davis (LSU) and Shavar Manuel (FSU).
17 months
I don't think he has any real ties. I'm just going to keep saying it in the hopes that if I say it enough times it will come true.
17 months
He's a five star
Reply17 months
Only if he commits to Alabama
17 months
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