Race for Boyd-Anderson heats up
Offers keep piling up for fast rising East Texas running back Carmen Boyd-Anderson. While he has had the same leader for some time, that doesn't mean they're the only team in this race which is heating up quickly.
While Kansas State, Nebraska, and Missouri jumped out early with offers, those schools now have more competition. Recently, Boyd-Anderson received new scholarship offers from Iowa State and Kansas. His leader hasn't changed, but there are other schools fighting towards the top.
"Nebraska is still my favorite, but I'm getting a lot of new offers too," Boyd-Anderson said. "Kansas State is a really good program and I've talked with those coaches about their offense. It seems good for running backs. That just seems like a pretty nice program."
"I also talk to LSU quite a bit and I'm still waiting on them. I was trying to get to their camp."
In July, Boyd-Anderson is headed to the Texas A&M camp in College Station. The talented running back things the Aggies could be the next to offer.
"I've been talking to some of the coaches and they want me to come down to the camp so they can evaluate me," he said. "I've got a lot of time. I want to take some visits to the schools so I don't commit too quickly. I want to see what their surroundings are like and commit in the middle of the season."
Boyd-Anderson was a first-team all-district member as a junior.