ANOTHER DYNAMIC DUO? Bradenton, Florida, IMG Academy four-star running back Noah Cain was back in Columbus with his father for a two-day visit that concluded on Friday evening. “[It] went really good,” Cain told Eleven Warriors. “They were as real as they can get.” The 5-foot-11, 209-pound Cain is considered the second-best running back and No. 32 prospect overall in the Class of 2019, as he rushed for 524 yards and six touchdowns to lead the Ascenders to their third-consecutive undefeated season last fall. He holds nearly 30 offers from programs such as Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas and Texas A&M, but his relationship with running backs coach Tony Alford has Ohio State at or near the top of his recruitment. The Cains watched practice and spent a considerable amount of time with running back J.K. Dobbins and Alford, who was able to answer a number of questions they had about where the coach sees him fitting into the program. After all, the Buckeyes have a loaded depth chart at the position and already hold a commitment from Indiana four-star running back Sampson James. “[They’re] just keeping it G [gangsta] with me every time I come up there and showing me the plan for me to make an impact if I choose there,” Cain said. Previously, Cain said James’ pledge would not have an affect on his eventual decision, which he plans to make during the Early Signing Period in December. “I would just beat him out like I would have to compete anywhere else,” he said. Cain — who has been to campus numerous times in the past, including the loss to the Sooners last September — plans to narrow his list of offers down this summer and then return again in an official capacity this fall. At the very least, I expect the Longhorns and Tigers to make the cut and receive another visit, as well.