Several 2020 runningbacks in the state of Ohio already hold Power Five offers, and one of the more impressive members of that group is Cameron Porter, from Cincinnati La Salle.

Porter, 5-foot-11, 210-pounds, is coming off a great sophomore season at La Salle, one of the top programs in the Midwest. He rushed for over 900 yards while splitting carries with four other backs, and scored six touchdowns.

With the ability to run over defenders and possessing the speed to run away from people, Porter has the skill set that will translate to the next level.

"I've worked mostly on speed training this year, and I feel like I have more breakaway speed," Porter stated. "I've also improved my balance and have gotten better at making cuts. I want to be better at everything this season."

"I'm the type of runner that is physical and can run downhill, but I can make people miss as well. I also catch the ball out of the backfield really well," he continued.

Porter has already put together an impressive offer list, and more could be coming for this three-star recruit as college coaches are able to further evaluate him over the next two seasons.

"I have 11 offers right now and I'm hoping to add more," Porter explained. "Honestly none of these schools are a favorite for me because I haven't visited that many of them yet. I don't know a lot about too many of these programs at this point."

"I have only visited Cincinnati and I went to a game there last year," he added. "The campus is beautiful and I loved the atmosphere at the game. I have stayed in touch with them and did go to one of their camps. I have a relationship with (runningbacks coach) Doug Phillips and he's a good guy."

Power Five schools like Iowa, Iowa State, Louisville, Minnesota and Purdue have offered, and Porter is interested in all of them.

"My coach does a good job of handling the recruiting for us players," Porter admitted. "Iowa came to see me work out last year and they also liked my film, so they offered. Iowa State saw me at their satellite camp when I was a freshman, and they offered me this year."

"Purdue was in my school to see me, but I didn't think they were going to offer me," he said. "When they offered, I was surprised. It seems like the Minnesota coaches really like the Ohio kids, because they have offered a lot of guys here."

"I want to go and see a lot of these teams play this year and I'm hoping the coaches will invite me to come to see them," he noted. "A couple schools showing interest that haven't offered would be Penn State and Ohio State."

Porter is currently ranked as the No. 8 prospect in the state of Ohio for 2020 by the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.