Well, it’s been a busy couple of days for now-former Guyer running back Noah Cain.
On Thursday, the nation’s top-ranked sophomore running back announced he would be leaving Guyer to attend the polarizing IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, for his junior season after rushing for almost 1,700 yards and 22 touchdowns as a sophomore at Guyer.
On Friday, Cain, who will begin his time at IMG on Jan. 16, announced his invitation to the Under Armour All-American Game and said he was committing to play in the game following his senior season (2019) so actually in January of 2020.
— Noah Cain (@therealnoahcain) January 6, 2017
If Cain was still at Guyer, he’d be the second Guyer player to take part in the game, as former defensive lineman Taylor Bible played in the game in January 2010 before going on to Texas.
Cain has 15 major college offers from the likes of powerhouses like LSU and Oklahoma with two years of high school football still to play.