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Louisiana Football Native Updates For Week One College Football

by Lee Brecheen

September 8, 2010 – Former Dutchtown High School RB Eddie Lacy ran for 111 yards and 2 TDs on just 13 carries for Alabama in their opener. Eddie is the team’s third team back.

Brian Duncan
LB Brian Duncan – Texas Tech

Former Tara High School LB Brian Duncan (6-1, 241) lead Texas Tech with 3 sacks and 5 tackles  all in a day’s work for the stud LB, who also has over 200 career tackles going into the 2010 season.

Damaris Johnson, former Destrehan High School star, led Tulsa in week one with 151 all purpose return yards, 4 catches for 51 yards and 56 yards rushing with 1 TD.

BRandon Bolden

RB Brandon Bolden – Ole Miss

Brandon Bolden, RB for Ole Miss and former Scotlandville  High School football player, rushed for 104 yards, 1 TD, and caught one pass for 34 yards.

Damien Jackson (6-2, 200), FS from Ole Miss and former Pineville High School Star, had 11 tackles in his first game as a college player.  Damien was just signed from a Junior College this past 2010 class.

Cody Mandell
Punter Cody Mandell – Alabama

Cody  Mandell, a former Acadiana High School stud at Punter, signed with Tulane for the 2010 class, but did not enroll and started game 1 for Alabama, and all he did was average 40 yards a punt in game one, with a great hang time. Mandell is 6-4 and weighs 201 pounds.

 

Dexter McCoil (6-4, 185), FS from Lutcher High School, lead Tulsa with 7 tackles, and actually would have had more, but left game for a few plays because of an injury.

DE Tyrann Walker (6-3, 250), a former Westgate High School star, had 7 tackles and several rushes in his first game for Tulsa. Walker signed in the 2010 class, and to me was the best looking DE I’ve seen in a while come out of Louisiana. Walker signed from a Junior College in the 2010 class.  This kid is a man among boys on the field.

 

Others

Moncell Allen
RB Moncell Allen – Kentucky

Moncell Allen – RB, Kentucky, Holy Cross High School – 2 rushes for 7 yards

Alex Singleton – FB, East St. John High School, Tulsa – Ran for a TD

Allen Muse – WR, Leesville High School, Arkansas State – 4 catches for 80 yards

Brandon Clear – WR, Northsore High School, Clemson – 1 catch for 70 yards for a TD

Jeremy Stewart – RB, Catholic High School Baton Rouge, Stanford – Ran for a TD

Lionel Breaux – WR, McDonogh # 35 High School, Ole Miss – 1 catch for 16 yards

L’ Damien Washington – WR, Green Oaks High School, Missouri – 1 catch for 11 yards

Carvin Johnson – FS, Archbishop Rummell High School, Michigan – True Freshman, First game 2 tackles

Jeremy McGee – CB, Edna Karr High School, Ole Miss – 4 tackles

Josh Williams – DE, McDonogh # 35 High School, Nebraska – 2 tackles

P J Smith – FS, John Curtis & Archbishop Rummell High School, Nebraska – 1 interception for 27 yards and 4 tackles

Ricky Johnson – WR, Carencro High School, Tulsa – 2 catches for 19 yards and returned kickoffs

Brandon Mitchell
QB Brandon Mitchell – Arkansas

Brandon Mitchell – QB, Amite High School, Arkansas – The backup to Ryan Mallett.  Went 1/3 for 16 yards.

LaRon Byrd – WR, Hahnville High School, Miami – 2 catches for 16 yards

Trey Wilson – CB, Evangel Christian High School, Vanderbilt – 3 tackles and returned kickoffs

Jason Peters – DE, Catholic High School Baton Rouge, GA Tech – 3 tackles

Darrington Sentimore – DT, Destrehan High School, Alabama – 2 tackles

Luther Davis – DE, West Monroe High School, Alabama – 3 tackles

About Lee Brecheen

Lee Brecheen, is the owner and publisher of La, Football Magazine and TV show. He is relentless in his pursuit for excellence. He initially broke into the business in 1992 as a football scout. It is his intent to be fair and honest to all high school players and coaches in Louisiana. Lee strives to be the most thorough and accurate researcher and analyst in order to give the best evaluation of all Louisiana high school football talent. He regularly consults with, and is sought by major college football programs throughout the country for information and advice regarding scholarship prospects from among Louisiana’s high school players at all levels of potential.