Still uncommitted, the No. 2 RB in the country had one of the most impressive TD runs of the year

One of the best high school running backs in the country ends career on high note

The nation's second-ranked running back ended his high school career in spectacular fashion, accounting for seven touchdowns to send his Clinton team to the Mississippi 6A state championship Friday night.

Cam Akers, a 5-11, 213 pound five-star prospect who has yet to make a college commitment, racked up 217 yards and 5 rushing touchdowns while passing for 228 yards and 2 more touchdowns in Clinton's 49-35 victory over Pearl.

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Media outlets say Akers is considering  Ole Miss, LSU,  and Alabama, with Ohio State and Florida State in the mix. He also took a visit to Michigan last month, as per Saturday Down South.

The team that lands Akers is getting a good one. 24/7 Sports has him listed as  the No. 2 running back and the No. 5 overall prospect in the country. He is also a finalist for the All-USA Offensive Player of the Year.