The Arizona State Sun Devils have relied heavily on their running backs since Todd Graham came to Tempe. From Marion Grice to DJ Foster to Demario Richard and Kalen Ballage, the Devils offense found a way to get the ball to their playmakers in the backfield.
Four-star running back Eno Benjamin is the next in line.
The 5-foot-10, 203-pound running back is the #2 running back in Texas announced he will be joining the Sun Devils at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday.
Game day 🔋
IT'S GOING UP⛽️
— EB5™ (@eno_benjamin5) January 7, 2017
Baylor, Michigan, Texas and Utah were among his final five, while it seemed to be a two-horse raise between the Devils and the Longhorns.
After watching Benjamin at practices this week, he moves well and does a good job catching the ball out of the backfield. Though contact is limited during these practices, he can pack a punch when guys are in his way.
Benajmin joins three-star commit Trelon Smith as the second running back for the state of Texas.
This is the fourth four-star recruit ASU has added since December 5th.
Bishop Gorman Safety and ASU target Bubba Bolden will also be committing during the game as well.