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Texas RB has three in the lead

Jacksonville, Texas running back Carmon Boyd-Anderson is ready for his last football game as a senior in high school. That doesn't mean recruiting has cooled off any over the last few weeks.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound East Texas running back has not had the best season, but he's got a lot to look forward to in picking a school. Scholarship offers have come from several schools including Iowa, Nebraska, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, and Missouri. Boyd-Anderson says that he's got three favorites.
"It's probably between TCU, Missouri, and Iowa," Boyd-Anderson said. "I have personally been to TCU and the atmosphere there on game day is really something. Missouri, I'm going to head up there for a visit. I've been talking with Iowa a lot lately. They're supposed to be coming down to see me when they can make in-home visits."
Boyd-Anderson said that he will probably start setting up his official visits this week with his season close to being over. However, there is still a lot to play for statistically.
"I think I'm right at 1,488 yards, so I only need 12 more yards for 1,500," Boyd-Anderson said. "I know I have over 10 touchdowns, but I'm not sure the exact amount. I had eight touchdowns in the first four games, so I'm pretty sure on that."
Boyd-Anderson is the No. 45 rated running back in the country and the No. 80 overall prospect in the state of Texas.