Posted On: 06/29/17 9:30 PM

Being patient is one of Otis Weah’s best qualities as a running back.

It’s also serving him well during his college recruitment.

Weah received a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference offer from Bemidji State this spring, which is his lone offer to date. He's attended camps at North Dakota State, South Dakota State and North Dakota, but is still waiting for another program to extend a scholarship offer.

“I’ve heard the most from Bemidji State, Minnesota-Duluth and North Dakota,” Weah said via email.

Weah said he wants to major in either biology or a medicine-related field to eventually become an athletic trainer. He said he’s mainly interested in larger, public colleges and universities that have a strong football tradition. 

The Moorhead running back averaged more than six yards per carry last season, with 10 touchdowns. He earned All-North Central District honors and helped the Spuds win five of their final eight games, and nearly upset top-seeded Alexandria in the Section 8AAAAA tournament.

"I like to make guys work when I get into the second level," said Weah about his strengths as

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