With only one football game remaining in the FBS season, the supremely talented high school football players around the country are starting to announce their college plans. Today, the Arizona State Sun Devils learned that they did enough with their 5-7 record to secure one of the better running backs in the country.
Eno Benjamin, a four-star running back out of Texas, has finally decided that the Sun Devils give him the best chance to find success at the next level.
Benjamin, who was originally committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes, rescinded his commitment in October and reopened his recruitment. Arizona State likely gives I’m an opportunity to start early and often, which may have been a deciding factor.
After a prolific high school career, Benjamin hopes to make an impact right away.
It’s no wonder why the back was rated so highly. In his four-year career at Wylie-East High School, the back totaled an astonishing 7,546 rushing yards and 106 touchdowns.
Benjamin also had offers from Michigan and his hometown Texas Longhorns.