Michigan State Football: Audric Estime deserves massive recruiting bump

Elijah Collins, Michigan State football191116 Msu Um 129a
Elijah Collins, Michigan State football191116 Msu Um 129a /

For the third straight time to open the 2020 season, Michigan State football running back commit put up some ridiculous numbers.

Spartan fans, it happened again.

For the third straight game to start his 2020 season, Audric Estime put up some video game-like numbers for his high school team (St. Joe’s).

I’m starting to think that Estime, a four-star Michigan State running back commit, is not human. He’s pieced together three straight elite performances and even though his team is just 1-2 on the young season, he’s been one of the best prep running backs in the nation.

In Week 3 of his senior season, Estime put on a show yet again, racking up 210 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries.

Oh, and just look at this incredible run (the second video):

It’s clear that Estime is a load to bring down for defenders and he broke a handful of tackles and nearly scored on a play that most running backs would have gone down on first contact. His legs kept churning and he picked up 30 yards and nearly reached the end zone.

On the season now, Estime has 689 yards and nine touchdowns on 69 carries. Yes, that’s 10 yards per carry on the season and he has two 200-yard games under his belt already.

Estime may be ranked just the No. 365 overall prospect and the 21st-best running back in the 2021 class, according to the composite, but he deserves a massive bump after this incredible start to the season. He is showing just why he was rated a four-star and why he deserves more love from the recruiting experts.

Michigan State is getting another gem in Estime and it wouldn’t be shocking if he was the heir apparent to Elijah Collins.

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