Posted On: 03/28/21 7:00 PM

These freshmen offensive players have already showcased their potential at such a young point in their careers, and they all are with teams that can only improve their skills even more and give them a promising future. While it will be a while before these freshmen are getting into college recruitment and thinking about the future, these players are certainly still worth a watch for not just this year, but the years to come.

1. Noah Long (RB) - Liberty Hill High School (Liberty Hill, TX)

Although Long turned some heads with his stats alone as a freshman, it is the fact that Liberty Hill has become known for creating great rushing talent as both seniors Blake Simpson and Trey Seward were among the best running backs in the area. While Long will have to compete for reps with the incoming seniors and juniors, he already has shown his potential talent in his freshman year. He rushed for 421 yards and scored six touchdowns with his best game being against Boerne-Champion when he rushed for 135 yards and one touchdown. He also rushed for 100 yards in just four carries against Rouse while also scoring a touchdown. It is tough

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