Even though he comes into his senior season with a single offer, Alief Hastings running back Saheed Imoru plays every game like it is his last. After racking up a little over 500 yards as a junior, Imoru is primed and ready to be the primary back.
"I am an explosive athlete who can change the game at any point," Imoru said. "My line makes the blocks and I make the plays."
Imoru holds a single offer at the moment from Army. But he has been receiving interest from several other Division I schools, some even here recently.
"I have been hearing from Tulsa, Colorado, and Texas A&M," Imoru said. "Here recently I have even been getting things from UCLA. I do not have a favorite. I am really interested in whatever school offers me first."
He gave his rundown on how he feels about some of the interested schools.
On Texas A&M:
"I went to camp there this summer," Imoru said. "They have great facilities and a nice campus. I really like the coaches because it seems like they really care about their players."
"I feel like this is a great school," Imoru said. "I think I could get some playing time early if I was to go there."
"Right now I think they just have medium interest in me," Imoru said. "But if I continue to have big games, I think they will pursue me even more."
Imoru has 312 yards and three touchdowns through three games. The Hastings football team has a 2-1 record and open up District 18-5A play this week against Alief Elsik Friday night.
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