Posted On: 06/26/20 9:52 AM

The first two installments of our Chicago Public League series focused on some of the up and coming WRs and ATHs to watch for this season. With this third installment, we shift our focus and highlight some of the RBs whose stock is rising the most.


Davonte DeMary, 5’7, 210, Chicago (Bulls College Prep) '21

It’s all downhill once DeMary gets the ball. He’s short and stocky and runs with immense power that makes it very tough for defenders to get a solo tackle on him. Possesses the footspeed and vision to cut back on a dime with the necessary finesse to elude defenders in space or traffic.


Andre CrewsAndreCrews5'8" | ATHSimeon | 2023IL, 5’11, 160, Chicago (Simeon) '23

Crews is already one of the city’s most intriguing prospects, and the scary part is, he has three more seasons to build onto his resume. As a freshman, he was one of the leading rushers on a Simeon team that went 7-2. He’s tough as nails and is a one-cut-and-go running back with the speed and wiggle to make defenders miss and rip off routine long runs.


Amarius WeatherspoonAmariusWeatherspoon6'0" | RBSolorio | 2021IL, 5’11, 200, Chicago (Solorio) '21

Weatherspoon is probably one

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