Not long ago, BYU extended an offer to a fast Texas running back out of Coppell High School. The…
West's Double Digits Offers
Charles West, a 5-foot-9, 178-pound running back from Coppell (Texas ) High is a prospect who has been enjoying a nice spring. Offers are rolling in and when he looks out from the backfield he is seeing some mammoth guys up front like co-Class of 2015 standout Connor Williams to clear lanes for him. "It has been going well," West beamed. "The team is getting better. We have a big line coming in. I think we are going to be good enough up front to make a run. We have some beef." West was one of the top talents at the Nike Football Training Camp at DeSoto High. "Just a great experience and showing out at the Nike camp and showcasing my talent," West reported. The offers are starting to pile up for him and he is getting interest from all across the country. He is a prospect who could see his list expand even further as elite programs are on him and dominoes could fall quickly once camp season is in full swing. Right now he reports 11 offers. "My latest offers are from BYU and Kansas State," West confirmed. "Texas Tech, Nevada, Tulsa, Toledo, Arkansas State, Texas State, Colorado State and UTSA." "I can not think of the whole list, off the top of my head but I think that is most of them (ULM has also offered)." "I have been talking a lot to USC as of late, but I do not know if they are going to offer," West continued. I have talked to an Ohio State coach." "I hope I pick up those offers. That would mean a lot. That is pretty big." He is not in a rush to come to a quick decision. Matter of fact he has some touring to do first. "Man I am just soaking it all in right now, I do not know where I want to go yet," West reported. "I am going to try to visit every school that has offered me this summer and all of my favorites." As a junior, West led Coppell in scoring, rushing for 1,177 yards and hauling in 262 receiving yards scoring 16 touchdowns to earn 5-5A First Team All-District honors.
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