River Ridge's Chris Schwarz and Indian Rocks Christian's Zeke McGaughy are hard-charging runners who already have impressive high school resumes. Together, the two combined for 3,825 rushing yards and 40 touchdowns while leading their teams to impressive postseason runs a year ago.About the only thing Schwarz and McGaughy have yet to accumulate in abundance are offers from colleges. Each has just one offer from Division I-AA programs — Schwarz with Florida Tech and McGaughy with Southeast Missouri State."I haven't really heard from too many schools since getting the offer from Florida Tech (in the spring)," Schwarz said. "But I'm not too worried about it. My main focus is to just go out there, have fun and enjoy my senior season."Last season, Schwarz finished as Tampa Bay's leading rusher and set the Pasco County single-season record with 2,689 yards, along with 27 touchdowns on the ground. He was consistent, rushing for at least 100 yards in every game. In fact, he had a six-week stretch in which he gained at least 200 yards in each game.Earlier this month, MaxPreps ranked Schwarz as one of the top returning rushers in the nation. He should post big numbers again considering he is the main ball carrier on a team that plans to feed him the ball quite often.Schwarz has produced off the field, too. He is taking dual-enrollment courses and currently has a 4.5 grade-point average. He said by the time he graduates he will be 10 credits shy of completing his associate in arts degree.Schwarz is hoping the brawn and the brains will be enough to land at an Ivy League school. He already has interest from a few, including Brown."It would be nice just because they're such great schools, and I would have so many tremendous opportunities out there for me once I graduate," Schwarz said.One of the obstacles Schwarz has to overcome is his size (5-foot-10, 200 pounds). He also attended just the Florida Tech camp this summer, opting to spend most of his time with his teammates getting ready for the season."I'll let the numbers and the offers take care of themselves," Schwarz said. "The biggest focus is on having the best season possible."McGaughy also has been consistent, rushing for at least 1,000 yards in each of his first three seasons, and is a bit undersized at 5-9, 200 pounds. Last season he had 1,136 yards while splitting time with two other running backs, Jacquan Fuller and Theo Anderson.McGaughy is the only 1,000-yard returning rusher in Pinellas County. His workload should increase since Fuller graduated.The recruiting process has been slow for McGaughy due in large part to his test scores. In the past month, he got a qualifying score, Golden Eagles coach Mark Buchanan said. A week later, Southeast Missouri State offer."That was really the only thing holding him back," Buchanan said. "Now that he has that score, he'll start to get a lot more interest and offers from schools."