One leader has turned into two for Jacksonville, Texas running back Carmon Boyd-Anderson.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound East Texas runner has had one Big 12 school, Nebraska, in the lead but another team out-of-state is now dead even for the lead. Boyd-Anderson says that he's looking at several visits as well this fall.
"Right now, I'm leaning towards Iowa and Nebraska," Boyd-Anderson said. "I've got high interest in both of those schools. Plus, I've been hearing good things from both for a long time."
Boyd-Anderson, the No. 45 rated running back in the nation, says that his interest in Iowa has a lot to do with their scheme and what he's heard from a family friend.
"I know that they have always got good offensive linemen," Boyd-Anderson said. "They run the ball quite a bit, but still have good balance. My brother's friend lives in Iowa City and says they run a good program and they take care of their players."
As for fall visits, Boyd-Anderson says that he'd like to get out to see Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas State, and Kansas.
"I haven't set anything up yet," he said. "I'm trying to see when our bye weeks are and I'll do that pretty soon."
Boyd-Anderson is the No. 80 overall prospect in the state of Texas.