Houston (Texas) Bellaire Episcopal's David Nwabuisi is a dual-threat athlete who is ready to explode onto the recruiting scene.
The 6-foot-2, 235-pound athlete starts at running back and linebacker for the Houston-area private school and received his first offer from Arizona State. Stanford, Texas A&M, Boston College, TCU and Rice are all also nearing offers.
"His just so mature and mentally tough," Episcopal coach Steve Leisz said. "He's a great student and all of the interested schools are recruiting him for different positions. Some like him at running back and some on defense. I think he likes Stanford and Texas A&M."
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Nwabiusi, whose brother played full back at Kansas University, will be attending the Aggies' game this weekend. He will be officially visiting Arizona State in October.
This season, he was rushed for 345 yards on 45 carries and two touchdowns.
Leisz is also blessed with another Division I athlete in Kellen Theriot, who committed to LSU as a linebacker last spring.
"Kellen is so explosive," he said. "He's a head-hunter with great closing speed. He's playing quarterback and linebacker for us this season and having a tremendous year."
The future is Christian Lane, another 6-foot-3, 235-pound linebacker who is only a sophomore.
"He's another guy who is going to be special," he said. "He'll be able to go anywhere he wants in a few years."