Posted On: 06/24/20 9:15 AM

Becoming a featured running back as a sophomore at the varsity level can be difficult. But these players were able to do just that and more in 2019, shining as the main ballcarrier for their respective teams.

Moving forward, make sure to keep an eye on them as they progress and learn the offense even more in-depth with added reps and practice time.

Here’s a look at some of the top running back prospects in Iowa in the Class of 2022.

Lane SpiekerLaneSpieker5'9" | RBCAM | 2022IA - CAM

The offense for CAM in 2019 was a heavy dose of Lane SpiekerLaneSpieker5'9" | RBCAM | 2022IA left, right and up the middle.

Spieker delivered for the Cougars, leading them to eight wins and the state quarterfinals by running for 1,614 yards and scoring 25 touchdowns. He flashed his dual-threat abilities with 338 yards receiving and five more scores.

He hardly came off the field for CAM, making 47 tackles, including four for loss and two sacks, on defense while also picking off three passes and returning 30 combined kickoffs and punts for over 500 yards.

Spieker had a season-high of 264 yards on the ground and 329 all-purpose yards in a 64-28 victory over

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