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Recruiting Interview: WR/FS Davontavean Martin, A.J. Ellender Memorial High School

When you look at two sport athletes, you look at Bo Jackson (NFL and MLB) or Deion Sanders (NFL and MLB). Now a days, there are not many athletes who play two sports at the next level. When an athlete usually excels at two sports, that athlete will ultimately have to choose one in the end. That is usually the case but do not tell A.J. Ellender WR/FS Davontavean Martin that.

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Recruiting Interview: RB James Berrigan III, Catholic High School (B.R.)

Catholic High School (B.R.) won their first state championship in the history of their school. Star football players like Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Aaron Moffitt, and Ben Miles, who all have a connection to LSU in some kind of way, were all key players in the Bears' historic run but if there was a playoff MVP for the team last season, it would be RB James Berrigan.

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2016 1st Team All-Louisiana Offensive and Defensive Team (Did not have Bios in Magazine)

Louisiana Football Editor and Owner Lee Brecheen has scouted all of these guys from the 2013 season all the way to now. Lee has seen these guys in person whether it was in games or in team practices. The opinions about these players below are only from Lee Brecheen not from any other recruiting site.

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Recruiting Interview: RB/LB Hunter Smith, West Feliciana

West Feliciana LB Hunter Smith is one of the best linebacking prospects in the state. He is a guy that the coaches love and can lean on to lead a team. Smith is the quarterback and the anchor of a pretty good defense coming back. Hunter Smith is one of those hard-working tough guys that leads by example.

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Recruiting Interview: RB/LB James Evins, Oakdale High School

There are a lot of great football players that play for powerhouse programs like West Monroe, John Curtis, Rummel, etc. and sometimes they get recruited highly because of the big teams they play for. Those high profile players only have to play one position for their school as well, There are also diamonds in the rough when you are looking at high school recruits that come from small schools but those players are just as good as the kids that play for the bigger schools and they also have to start on both sides of the football.

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