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Author Archives: Jace LeJeune

Jace is from Addis, LA and is attending Southeastern Louisiana University and majoring in Journalism. He is also a graduate from Catholic High School in Baton Rouge where he was the editor of the school newspaper the “Bearly Published.” While at CHS, Jace also announced their football, basketball, and baseball games for the Bruin Broadcast Network which is the Catholic High’s streaming website for their events. On weekends, Jace is the PA announcer for his middle school football games. At home, Jace enjoys time with his family and friends. Jace is also an avid football and drag racing fan.

Recruiting Interview: WR/FS Caleb Meaux, Parkview Baptist High School

Parkview Baptist WR/SS Caleb Meaux is one of the fastest and explosive high school football players in the Baton Rouge area. Just like WR/SS Tanner Ash, who also plays for a football powerhouse in Evangel, can make plays as a wide receiver and a defensive back.

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Recruiting Interview: K Lane Perrin, Lafayette High School

Everybody talks about Mandeville Kicker Joseph Bulovas being the best kicker in the state but another kicker from Lafayette High School is not far behind. Lane Perrin has a very good leg as he is capable of kicking 40 plus yard field goals and can also kickoff deep into the endzone.

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Recruiting Interview: LB John Tappin, Bastrop High School

Bastrop linebacker John Tappin may be the most underrated linebacker in the state. He does everything that a linebacker should do. John is smart, quick, explosive, a great tackler, very athletic and gives effort on every play.

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Recruiting Interview: WR Kyle Jones, Calvary Baptist Academy

Calvary Baptist WR Kyle Jones is an exciting player as he is not one of the biggest guys on the field as he only stands 5'9 at 190 lbs but he is quick and explosive and is a threat to make a 5 yard gain into a 70 yard touchdown. He is quick enough and fast enough to outrun people at the same time has enough power to break tackles and run people over.

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Recruiting Interview: TE Dauton Sibley, Denham Springs High School

Denham Springs TE Dauton Sibley is your prototypical tight end. He is a big guy who is 6'4 260 and can probably play on the offensive line but he is quick and fast enough to go down the field and catch passes. Dauton can develop into a really good college football player and can be one of the key factors for Denham Springs to improve from last season.

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Recruiting Interview: DE Hayden Ocman, St. Paul’s High School

St. Paul defensive lineman Hayden Ocman is one of the best pass rushers in the state. He has the ability to bull rush offensive tackles and to beat offensive linemen with speed and quickness. He also can go sideline to sideline to stop the run. Hayden is very athletic and has a chance to develop into a very good football player.

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Recruiting Interview: WR/FS Tanner Ash, Evangel Christian Academy

Evangel Christian Academy WR/FS Tanner Ash is a great football player because he can play both sides of the football and can beat you from any position. Tanner is one of the best returning players in the state and can help give Evangel Christian Academy a spark that will help them go a little further than last year when they lost the state semi final game. Tanner is a very good wide receiver and is versatile enough to play at any position.

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Recruiting Interview: SS/OLB Derrick Munson, Archbishop Rummel High School

Archbishop Rummel SS/OLB Derrick Munson is one of the most unique and versatile players in the state as he plays strong safety but can also line up in the box and play like a linebacker. He is a linebacker and safety hybrid and that makes Derrick a special player. He goes out and gives 100% on each play and will hit you as hard as he can.

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Recruiting Interview: RB Trey Coleman, West Monroe High School

West Monroe running back Trey Coleman is one of the best running backs in the state. He has a great blend of power and speed and he put up some outstanding numbers all while sharing the backfield with two other running backs in a West Monroe option offense. As of now, Trey Coleman is committed to the University of Tennessee and is one of the most looked after skilled position players in the state.

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