CHARLOTTE, NC- Former Greenbrier East running back Ian Cline had such a good, short career as a Spartan, I feel the need to bring an update about the current Providence Day Charger in Charlotte, NC.
Cline is having an extraordinary year, to say the least.
He has 76 carries for 898 yards (11.8/yds per carry), 10 catches for 151 yards and has scored 19 total TDs (18 rushing). In his last game against Charlotte Christian, who have two players committed to Notre Dame, Cline ran 22 times for 261 yards and four touchdowns. After the game, he picked up an offer from the University of Charlotte.
With the numbers he’s putting up against the competition he is playing, Cline believes he made the right choice to transfer to Providence Day.
“Yes, and more,” Cline said when asked if the school was everything he thought it would be.
“I knew it was going to be tough with school and football, but I think I’ve adjusted very well,” he added.
His performance on the field is starting to get some eyeballs from Power 5 college coaches on him as well, and Cline knows he just needs to keep doing what he is used to doing.
“I haven’t had any texts/dm’s, but some coaches have come to the games such as the Tennessee head coach and running back coach. Georgia Tech was at our game last week. The Penn State head coach also came to one of our practices two weeks ago. Coaches will be coming in and out of here especially in the off-season so I just gotta keep working and putting out good film and let God take care of the rest,” Cline explained.
Just because he has moved on does not mean Cline does not still check in on his former team.
“I like to keep up. I get updates on games they play and come home for the weekend every once in a while, to talk and hangout and see family,” Cline concluded.
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