WATCH: Prospects run blazing 40s during The Opening in New Orleans

April 10, 2016 - running watch

The Opening Regional debate stopped in New Orleans on Sunday, where chosen prospects from Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Florida and other states in a segment came to uncover their things opposite a best of a best.

One of a many renouned events is a fastest male race, and on Sunday a fastest male valid to be using behind Travis Etienne.

You can see a foe in a video above, and Etienne ran a reported 4.38 in a 40 to win a competition.

Etienne is a three-star awaiting according to a industry-generated 247Sports Composite. He is from from Jennings, Louisiana, and he now has offers from Arkansas, Mississippi State, Missouri, Oklahoma State and a handful of others.

One of a prospects he kick in a fastest male foe is Cam Akers. The 5-foot-11, 210-pound Akers is a No. 3 using behind in a nation in a 247Sports Composite and is ranked No. 35 overall.

Etienne also bested LSU far-reaching receiver joining Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

Perhaps a in-state LSU Tigers and other schools display seductiveness like Texas AM will offer Etienne after his opening on Sunday.

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