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The 2010 Bayou 25

The Bayou 25

by Lee Brecheen

February 10, 2010 – The Bayou 25 are the top recruits in order of true ability and those who are most ready to make an impact in college. I got to see the best by watching over 600 game films in 3 years of these kids, and I ranked the best by position in order. Then I ranked the best overall to get the top guys. I always lean toward big guys who can run in the higher rankings because they are hard to find, and then I rank the most ready, God gifted skill players that can change a game. This list was not gathered by recruiting services, newspaper ALL State teams, or websites. This is a true evaluation of who I think are the best football players in Louisiana. This list, I feel, you can win Championships with, at any level. There are at least 25 more that could be considered impact players for the next level (IAA or DIV 1) that are not included on this list. So any time you have at least 60 players from a state that are great players, you can’t say it’s a bad year. Next year Louisiana will have close to 200 big time recruits in Louisiana. To give you an idea, next years group will be the deepest class I’ve ever seen in my 20 years of watching and filming. I have watched all top 200 players for 2011 as far back as 6 months ago to get that number. The final number for the 2011 signing day, when that day comes next year, could have as many as 350 players sign and that’s any level – DIV 1, IAA, D2, D3, and NAIA combined. The strength of this class for immediate impact is skill, but there are a small group of talented Defensive Ends, Linebackers, and Defensive Tackles that will be great players one day that are raw now but have the frames to develop in college. The top fifteen players in this group can play for anyone in the country right away, and the next group is close behind. Jacobs has the most upside for the NFL as a big guy. Fobbs, Reed, Mathieu, and Wright are game changers. Blue will be a great back, as well as Jackson. And Eric Reid and Simon are physical Safeties, and they’re built like Linebackers. The three QB’s – Broadway, Legaux, and Bullock – can play right away, and the other QB – Briscoe – with a redshirt year, could be just as good. Jordan Allen is the best OT in class with the most upside for the NFL. Armand Williams is the best tall WR with speed that with a redshirt year could be special. Patt from Breaux Bridge is a big time hitter, and Nixon from Southern Lab is the fastest player in Louisiana in the forty and a true CB.

 

No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos School
1.

Nic Jacobs

6-5 260 DE Many
2. James Wright 6-3 200 WR Belle Chasse
3. Jarrett Fobbs 5-11 185 Ath Huntington
4. Tyran Mathieu 5-10 170 CB St. Augustine
5. Eric Reid 6-3 220 FS Dutchtown
6. Tharold Simon 6-3 205 FS Eunice
7. Alfred Blue 6-2 215 RB Hahnville
8. Trovon Reed 6-0 180 Ath Thibodeaux
9. Frankie Jackson 5-9 195 RB Capitol
10. Terrance Broadway 6-2 215 QB Capitol
11. Munchie Legaux 6-4 195 QB Edna Karr
12. Taylor Bullock 6-3 215 QB Catholic New Iberia
13. Armand Williams 6-3 190 WR Slidell
14. Jordan Allen 6-6 270 OT West Monroe
15. Trevence Patt 6-0 180 SS/FS Breaux Bridge
16. Will Briscoe 6-3 185 QB Central
17. Tauren Nixon 5-11 170 CB Southern lab
18. Ivan Robinson 6-3 265 DE South Beaureguard
19. Robdonovan Lewis 6-0 180 CB Jonesboro Hodge
20. Brad Wing 6-3 185 Punter Parkview Baptist
21. Seth Ancar 6-0 200 LB South Plaquemines
22. Karl Butler 6-1 200 FS Brother Martin
23. DJ Welter 6-0 225 LB Notre Dame
24. Collin Ellis 6-1 200 SS Dunham
25. Audoniss Madison 6-4 305 OG Edna Karr
  Conner Nichols 6-3 205 FS Airline
  Andre Hal 5-11 175 CB Port Allen
  Alex Hill 6-4 300 OG Slidell
  Wendell Beckwith 6-3 225 LB/DE Clinton
  Dwayne Mitchell 6-2 215 LB Edna Karr
  Jeremy Myers 6-2 215 Ath St. Michael
  Gavin Webster 5-11 210 QB Lutcher
  LaCraig Brown 6-4 275 DE Richwood
  Damien Jacobs 6-4 300 DT H. L. Bourgeois
  Kenny Welcome 6-2 275 DT McDonogh 35

 

 

 

 

 

James Wright

 

 

 

Eric Reid

 

 

Trovon Reed

James Wright – Belle Chasse Eric Reid – Dutchtown Trovon Reed – Thibodeaux

 

 

 

 

Franke Jackson

 

 

Terrance Broadway

 

Munchie Legaux

Frankie Jackson – Capitol Terrance Broadway – Capitol Munchie Legaux – Edna Karr

Taylor Bullock

 

Will Briscoe

 

 

Taurean Nixon

Taylor Bullock – Catholic New Iberia Will Briscoe – Central Taurean Nixon – Southern Lab

 

Brad Wing

Seth Ancar

 

 

 

Karl Butler

Brad Wing – Parkview Baptist Seth Ancar – South Plaquemines Karl Butler – Brother Martin

Collin Ellis

 

 

Conner Nichols

 

 

 

Andre Hal

Collin Ellis – Dunham Conner Nichols – Airline Andre Hal – Port Allen

 

Dwayne Mitchell

Jeremy Myers

 

Damien Jacobs

Dwayne Mitchell – Edna Karr Jeremy Myers – St. Michael Damien Jacobs – H. L. Bourgeois
Kenny Welcome

 

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.