LANDOVER, MD – SEPTEMBER 1: A Texas Longhorns cheerleader holds up a sign during the Longhorns game against the Maryland Terrapins at FedExField on September 1, 2018 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)Zachary Evans holds the distinction of being both the top running back in the country and the top player from the state of Texas. Naturally, the Longhorns are extremely interested in bringing him to Austin, and it appears the interest may be mutual.According to the Austin American-Statesman, Evans is slated to make a visit to the Texas campus this weekend. The visit comes despite Evans having snubbed the Longhorns from his top five list in May.The 2020 running back is a five-star prospect ranked No. 6 in the nation by 247Sports. He is the No. 1 running back prospect in the country, and the No. 1 prospect from the state of Texas. His scouting report compares him to two-time Pro Bowl running back Melvin Gordon.Last season for North Shore High School, Evans rushed for 1,483 yards and 27 touchdowns en route to a Class 6A Division I state title.pic.twitter.com/R1FiMfNaIk— Zach Evans (@Runzekerun01) May 28, 2019The Longhorns will likely need to make a very good impression in order to sway Evans, though.His top five list consists of some Power Five titans that have developed plenty of elite NFL running backs in their own right. Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, and Oklahoma all made the cut.Per the report, Evans is planning to “wait until late in the process” to make a college decision.
CINCINNATI — Planned Parenthood will close two Cincinnati health centres that together serve more than 6,000 patients a year.The planned closure of the Springdale Health Center and Western Hills Health Center comes after the organization refused to follow new rules for receiving federal money for birth control and other reproductive health services.Neither of the centres performs abortions.The organization blames the federal and state policy changes for the centres having to close the health centres on Sept. 20.The Trump administration began enforcing a “gag rule” in August, preventing entities receiving Title X dollars from recommending or advocating abortion.Planned Parenthood decided not to comply with the federal rule and stopped accepting funding through the federal program that provides family planning help to low-income women and families.The Associated Press