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2011 Football Recruiting: State Wide Facts and Notes

2011 Football Recruiting: State Wide Facts and Notes (Seniors Only)

 

Good football Players to remember that missed all or most of the 2011 Football season

1 Grant Dubroc 5-10 170 WR Catholic (Baton Rouge)
2 Vincent Manuel 6-4 225 DE McDonogh #35
3 Robert Richard 6-2 195 WR St. Augustine
4 Jarred Lewis 5-11 185 Athlete East Jefferson
5 Jacob Stockton 6-3 210 FS Tioga
6 Treval Dunmiles 6-0 225 LB Hahnville
7 Seth Jones 6-0 225 LB John Curtis
8 Alvin Kelley 6-3 360 OG Hahnville
9 T.K. Fleming 6-2 210 CB Benton
10 Quentin Thomas 6-3 270 DE Breaux Bridge
11 Nick Norman 6-0 245 FB Scotlandville

 

 

Most Upside to play Another Position in College

These players played QB in high school and will make great WR’s, RB’s, College QB Wildcat, and DB’s  in college .

1 Paul Turner QB West Monroe College WR/DB
2 Ronald Martin QB White Castle College WR/DB
3 Terrance Magee QB Franklinton College RB/wildcat
4 Brandon LeBeau QB McMain College WR/DB
5 Terry Lucas QB St. Augustine College WR/RB/DB/Wildcat
6 Bryson Abraham QB Jennings College RB/DB/WR/Wildcat
7 Leon Blouin QB Dutchtown College WR/DB/SS
8 Gene Pete QB Iowa College LB

 

Other Predicted Position moves in College.

TE Evan Tatford (6-6, 245) from St. Thomas More will grow into a 290 pound Offensive Tackle, and TE Eric Janeau (6-4, 255) from St. Augustine will also grow into a 300 pound Offensive Tackle. Both will make great lineman one day, because of good feet and good hands.

 

Fastest Players in Open Field in Full Pads

1 Bradley Sylve South Plaquemines
2 Levander Liggins Leesville
3 Charles Henderson McDonogh #35
4 Bryson Abraham Jennings
5 Nyle Johnson Dunham
6 Micah Eugene Acadiana
7 Paul Turner West Monroe
8 Terrance Magee Franklinton
9 Terry Lucas St. Augustine
10 Joe Robinson East Feliciana
11 Tyler Cain West Monroe
12 Montrell Carter Cecilia

 

Best Blocking Tight Ends in State

1 Joey Tumminello 6-1 220 Jesuit
2 Patrick Regan 6-1 215 Brother Martin
3 Alex Morvant 6-1 220 Acadiana
4 Ian Bordes 6-1 210 Catholic (New Iberia)
5 Ivan Manning 6-0 242 West Monroe
6 Emmanuel Abrams 6-2 230 Wossman

 

Best Speed for a Tight End in High School

1 Erick Henneman 6-3 210 4.6/40 West Jefferson
2 Emmanuel Abrams 6-2 230 4.6/40 Wossman
3 Jamal Robinson 6-2 210 4.6/40 Salman

 

Best Hands for a Tight End

1 Evan Tatford St. Thomas More
2 Emmanuel Abrams Wossman

 

Best hands for a Wide Receiver

1 Jarvis Landry Lutcher
2 Neal Randall Edna Karr
3 Devin Stampley Capitol
4 Denzel Warner Redemptorist
5 Russell Zimmerman Archbishop Rummell
6 Vinny Cacioppo Loyola Prep
7 Courtney Matthews East Feliciana
8 Joel Jackson Istrouma
9 Odell Beckham Newman
10 Mark Bridgewater Hammond

 

Best Vertical for a Wide Receiver in a Game When the Ball is Thrown

1 D’haquille Williams East St. John
2 Jarvis Landry Lutcher
3 Tekemian Ceasar East Feliciana
4 Carl Pearson Farmerville
5 Neal Randall Edna Karr

 

Best Route Runner for a Wide Receiver

1 Jarvis Landry Lutcher
2 Neal Randall Edna
3 Marc Edwards St. Augustine
4 D’haquille Williams East St. John
5 Odell Beckham Newman
6 Derek Howard Hahnville

 

Best Hands for a Running Back

1 Kenny Hilliard Patterson
2 Jaren Johnson Ruston
3 Jeremy Hill Redemptorist
4 Micah Eugene Acadiana

 

Best RB with Moves in Open Field

1 Terrance Magee Franklinton
2 Joe Robinson East Feliciana
3 Micah Eugene Acadiana
4 Jaren Johnson Ruston

 

Most Powerful Running Back

1 Kenny Hilliard Patterson
2 Herdurius Scott Wossman
3 Micah Eugene Acadiana

 

Best Balance for a Running Back

1 Terrance Magee Franklinton
2 Micah Eugene Acadiana
3 Jaren Johnson Ruston
4 Joe Robinson East Feliciana

 

Hardest Working big Offensive Lineman in State

La’ell Collins from Redemptorist plays hard every down and did it on one leg for most of the 2010 season.

OT/OG Jonah Austin (6-6 330) has lost a lot of weight. He was in the 350 range, and really tries every play. He shows a lot of effort in games every play. He’s a late bloomer for college.

Jordan Greene from Brother Martin and Trai Turner from St. Augustine are always pushing people forward every snap.

 

Best Feet for an Offensive Lineman in Louisiana

1 La’el Collins 6-5 320 Redemptorist

 

Strongest offensive Lineman in Louisiana

1 Greg Robinson Thibodeaux
2 La’el Collins Redemptorist
3 Trai Turner St. Augustine
4 Corey White Capitol
5 Jordan Greene Brother Martin

 

Best at pulling for Run Downs as an Offensive Lineman

1 La’el Collins Redemptorist
2 Earl Ross Downs Bastrop
3 Greg Robinson Thibodeaux
4 Jordan Greene Brother Martin

 

Pass Blocking

1 La’el Collins 6-5 320 Redemptorist

 

Strongest Defensive End under 230 pounds

1 Lawrence Burl 6-3 225 St. Augustine
2 Grant Venable 5-11 225 Catholic (Baton Rouge)

 

Best Defensive End as a Speed Rusher

1 Jermauria Rasco Evangel Christian
2 Lawrence Burl St. Augustine
3 Traveon Hawkins Plaquemine
4 Timothy Johnson Edna Karr

 

Toughest  Defensive Tackle to move

1 Donald Pennington Amite
2 Chuck Hunter West Monroe
3 Tyler Porter Northside
4 Cody Mills Sulphur
5 Gerrand Johnson Rayville
6 Rees Gideon St. Thomas More

 

Best Feet  for a Defensive Tackle

1 Anthony Johnson O.P. Walker
2 Tyler Porter Northside
3 Donald Pennington Amite
4 Jonathan Kincheon Ponchatoula
5 Gerrand Johnson Rayville

 

Strongest Defensive Tackle off  the edge Rushing the QB

1 Anthony Johnson O.P. Walker
2 Donald Pennington Amite
3 Gerrand Johnson Rayville
4 Tyler Porter Northside

 

Best  looking  Defensive Tackle in person  with no fat, all Muscle

1 Quentin Thomas 6-3 265 Breaux Bridge

 

Best  Noseguard for college

1 Donald Pennington Amite
2 Gerrand Johnson Rayville
3 Mickey Johnson St. Paul’s

 

Hardest Hitting Linebackers in Louisiana

1 Shadarian Blunt Wossman
2 Jamal Wilson Higgins
3 Marquez Washington Richwood
4 Trey Davis Higgins
5 Fred Wilson Capitol
6 Harrison Lewis DeRidder
7 Jarmon Coleman Scotlandville
8 Paxton Cook Parkview Baptist
9 Vondray Vallare Eunice
10 Brandon Schmidt St. Thomas More
11 Brenton Bowman Holy Cross

 

Smartest Linebacker in State Reading Coverages in Passing downs

1 Matthew Bailey Edna Karr
2 Jamal Wilson Higgins
3 Brandon Schimidt St. Thomas More

 

Best Big Linebackers in State that can run

1 Jonathan Tyson 6-1 240 West Monroe
2 Tarquin Kenner 5-10 250 Destrehan

 

Fastest Linebacker in State

1 Beau Fitte 6-0 200 South Plaquemines 4.5/Forty

 

Best Lock Down Cornerback in Louisiana

1 T.K. Fleming 6-2 210 Benton
2 Cortez Johnson 6-3 190 O.P. Walker
3 Floyd Raven 6-1 185 East St. John
4 Tonori Boutte 5-11 180 Crowley
5 James Richardson 5-10 175 Central
6 Micah Eugene 5-10 190 Acadiana

 

Best Run Support Cornerback

1 Micah Eugene Acadiana
2 Floyd Raven East St. John
3 Bradley Sylve South Plaquemines

 

Best Hitting Cornerback

1 Micah Eugene Acadiana

 

Best Defensive Back when ball is Thrown DEEP

1 T.K. Fleming Benton
2 Alonzo Lewis St. James
3 Cortez Johnson O.P. Walker
4 Bradley Sylve South Plaquemines
5 Carl Pearson Farmerville
6 Sam Scoefield St. Thomas More

 

Hardest Hitting Safeties in State

1 Jarvis Landry Lutcher
2 Sam Scofield St. Thomas More
3 Dionte McDuffy Evangel Christian
4 Detrell Wright Edna Karr
5 Kenneth Procter West Jefferson
6 William Leblanc Cecilia
7 Brady HItt St. Charles Catholic
8 Bobby Dunn Jesuit
9 Rodarian Rogers Minden
10 Ben Jefferson Archbishop Rummell
11 Tevon Duhon Comeaux
12 Austin Mathies Loyola Prep
13 Sedrick Milton Independence

 

Best Running Fullbacks in Louisiana

1 Dylan Ledet E.D. White
2 Alondrea Young Southern Lab
3 Scott Salinas Catholic (Baton Rouge)

 

Most Powerfull Blocking Fullbacks

1 David Odds Glen Oaks
2 Dylan Ledet E.D. White
3 Darion Clark Red River

 

Best Arm for a Quarterback in Louisiana

1 Zack Oliver Catholic (Baton Rouge)
2 Dak Prescott Haughten

 

Best looking Raw Quarterback

1 Stevie Douglas 6-4 190 Home Schooled
2 Matt Lipham 6-4 195 Salmen
3 Brian Ensminger 6-2 210 Hahnville

 

Best  Touch on the ball

1 Jared Foster Barbe
2 Zack Oliver Catholic (Baton Rouge)
3 Hunter Leppart Minden

 

Best feet in the pocket

1 Jared Foster Barbe
2 Brian Ensminger Hahnville

 

Toughest Quarterback in Louisiana that will Hit You Back

1 Zack Oliver 6-4 225 Catholic (Baton Rouge)
2 Gene Pete 6-2 220 Iowa
3 Stephen Duncan 6-3 240 Winnfield
4 Terry Lucas 6-0 190, St. Augustine
5 Terrance Magee 5-8 205 Franklinton
6 Elliot Jones 5-11 230 Huntington

 

Best Hands for a Defensive Back

1 Jarvis Landry Lutcher
2 Bradley Sylve South Plaquemines
3 T.K. Fleming Benton
4 Ricky Stoma Notre Dame
5 Micah Eugene Acadiana
6 Alonzo Lewis St. James

 

Biggest Sleeper in State

RB Lamar Fortuna (5-11, 190) from St. Augustine runs a 4.45/40. He backed up the best Freshman Running Back in the United States, Leonard Fournette (6-0, 220). This is a kid to watch because every time he got the ball he was exciting and we’re talking about 4 to 5 carries in some games and maybe 6 carries in others. If he starts in 2010 for another school he’s being recruited as a big time DIV 1 player.

 

The forgotten Running Back

6-1, 230 pound Running Back Herdurius Scott of Wossman is a specimen to watch play the game. When he wants to, he looks like a Parade All American RB. This kid could end up being a big time College Running back, because he’s fast, big and strong. Don’t forget this name.

 

Best Blocking Wide Receiver in Louisiana

1 Jarvis Landry Lutcher
2 D’haquille Williams East St. John


LB Brandon Schmidt, St. Thomas More DT Cody Mills, Sulphur WR Grant Dubroc, Catholic (Baton Rouge)
FS Jacob Stockton, Tioga DE Grant Venable, Catholic (Baton Rouge) LB Jamal Wilson, Higgins
LB Jarmon Coleman, Scotlandville LB Trey Davis, Higgins Montrell Carter, Cecilia
LB Seth Jones, John Curtis LB Paxton Cook, Parkview Baptist DT Rees Gideon, St. Thomas More
DB Ricky Stoma, Notre Dame LB Shadarian Blunt, Wossman

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.