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In the Trenches: Jesuit High School

We all know that the positions that get the most notoriety and publicity are the quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers. They are a huge part of the football game and have the football on every play, but the unsung heroes are the members of the offensive line. Last week is an example. Jesuit RB Connor Prouet had a monster game with almost 100 yards rushing and six total touchdowns in a 56-21 win over Franklinton. It was a great performance by Prouett who is one of the most underrated running backs in the state, but he could not do it all by himself. It was the Jesuit offensive line who did the dirty work and was the key behind Prouet's success last game and this season. Today, we go inside the trenches with one of the best position groups in the state in the Jesuit Blue Jay offensive line.

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Quinn Johnson: Once a Ram, Always a Ram!

Before Quinn Johnson became a starting fullback at LSU as well as a Super Bowl champion, Johnson was just a kid that was trying to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. Football was something that came to him in his family.

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Recruiting Spotlight: WR Jeremy Singleton, Brother Martin High School

Louisiana is known for having some of the best high school football talent in the country. The position that is constantly talented every year in Louisiana is the wide receiver position. There is no exception for this year. The state has a very deep class at the wide receiver position that includes other studs like Devonta Smith (Amite), Al'Dontre Davis (Lutcher), Zacch Smith (Wossman), etc. The wide receiver we are mentioning today may be just as good or better than all those guys. Brother Martin Wide Receiver Jeremy Singleton is one of the very best wide receivers in the entire state and is one of the best in the entire country.

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