By Taylor Roussel
January 6, 2013
LAFM: How did this season go for you and your team?
My team was ready and pumped up to start the season, then the hurricane came and we weren’t able to play our home opener in Tiger Stadium. That led to a 0-4 start to our season. Then I was switched to running back, and my team and I fought through the adversity. We won the rest of our games becoming District Champions, and made it to the second round of the playoffs. I was the offensive MVP for the district
LAFM: What was your best game this season, and why?
The rival game against Destrehan was my best game of the season. I ran for 240 yards and had 4 touchdowns. I also had the winning touchdown in overtime, and was MVP for The Great American Rivalry Game.
LAFM: Current height and weight?
6’0’’ and 210 pounds
LAFM: 40-yard dash time?
LAFM: Who is your football idol and why?
It would have to be Adrian Peterson. Whether I’m playing defense or offense, I imagine how explosive he is and it pumps me up to be fast and explosive.
LAFM: How old were you when you started playing and where?
I started playing at the age of 11 at Avondale Playground in Jefferson Parish.
LAFM: If football doesn’t work out, what do you see yourself doing?
I would like to do something either working in a sports related job, like Physical Therapy, or in Engineering.
LAFM: What positions are you being recruited for?
I’m being recruited as a Linebacker.
LAFM: What schools are recruiting you, and do you have any favorites yet?
North Texas, Stephen F Austin, and Tulane. I am currently verbally committed to North Texas.
LAFM: Current GPA and ACT score?
3.4 GPA and a 20 on the ACT