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Recruit Spotlight: DE Bryan Jones, Madison Prep

In the state, there are a lot of talented pass rushers in the state. There might not be a more intimating pass rusher than Madison Prep DE and Houston commit Bryan Jones.

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Recruiting Spotlight: OL Ethan Harvey, Evangel Christian Academy

National Signing Day is now over so these recruits, that we will be covering for the rest of the year, are now commits and either finishing their final months of high school or enrolling at the college of their choice early. Evangel Christian OG Ethan Harvey is now enjoying his final months at Evangel Christian, where he has had a tremendous high school football career, before he starts a new football journey at Army-West Point.

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Recruiting Spotlight: DT Hunter Clay, St. Thomas More

After so many years of not winning the state championship, St. Thomas More Head Coach Jim Hightower finally won his first championship for the program after losing the year before to Parkview. Nate Cox and the short, but quick passing attack for the Cougars was really effective against the Parkview Baptist secondary in that game, but it was having big #99 back on defense in St. Thomas More DT Hunter Clay.

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Signing Day at Landry Walker High School!

What a day for Louisiana High School football yesterday as some of the best football players signed their letter of intent to the college of their choice. There are so many talented players in the entire state of Louisiana, and it is great that they are recognized for not only what they do on the football field, but in the classroom as well. For National Signing Day, Louisiana Football Magazine covered four different schools. Two days ago, we covered Parkview Baptist and Woodlawn (Shreveport). Yesterday, we covered Comeaux High School. The final school that we covered this National Signing Day is Landry Walker High School.

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Signing Day at Comeaux High School!

What a day for Louisiana High School football yesterday as some of the best football players signed their letter of intent to the college of their choice. There are so many talented players in the entire state of Louisiana, and it is great that they are recognized for not only what they do on the football field, but in the classroom as well. For National Signing Day, Louisiana Football Magazine covered four different schools. Yesterday, we covered Parkview Baptist and Woodlawn (Shreveport). Today, we covered Comeaux High School.

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Signing Day at Woodlawn (Shreveport)!

What a day for Louisiana High School football as some of the best football players sign their letter of intent to the college of their choice. There are so many talented players in the entire state of Louisiana, and it is great that they are recognized for not only what they do on the football field, but in the classroom as well. Today, Louisiana Football Magazine covered National Signing Day for four different schools. The second school that we covered today is Woodlawn (Shreveport).

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Signing Day at Parkview Baptist High School!

What a day for Louisiana High School as some of the best football players sign their letter of intent to the college of their choice. There are so many talented players in the entire state of Louisiana, and it is great that they are recognized for not only what they do on the football field, but in the classroom as well. Today, Louisiana Football Magazine covered National Signing Day for four different schools. The first school that we are covering tonight is Parkview Baptist.

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Recruiting Spotlight: SS Garret Wallow, John Curtis Christian High School

The John Curtis football program led by J.T. Curtis is one of the most successful programs not only in Louisiana but in the entire country with their 26 state championships and the number of players that have gone on to have great careers at the collegiate level and the professional level. The next great John Curtis player that may be next in line is senior SS Garret Wallow.

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