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Jonesboro Hodge High School senior DE Logan Webb (Property of LAFM)

Recruit Video Interview: DE Logan Webb, Jonesboro Hodge High School & WR/P Cameron Page, Pineville High School

Recruit Video Interview: DE Logan Webb, Jonesboro Hodge High School & WR/P Cameron Page, Pineville High School

by Jace LeJeune

Pineville High School senior punter Cameron Page (Property of LAFM)

We have finished our 23rd annual magazine cover shoot, but this year marked the third straight year in which we have conducted both a North and South photo shoot. This year, we shot the North photo shoot at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches and we shot the South photo shoot at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge. Both events were really successful, and we would like to thank everybody who has helped us make both events so special for the players that were involved. Besides taking the photos, Louisiana Football Magazine’s owner Lee Brecheen and editor Jace LeJeune got the chance to talk to some of the top Class of 2020 players in the state of the Louisiana. Both Brecheen and LeJeune talked to the recruits about their top schools, goals for the upcoming season, hobbies, and so much more. For the next couple of weeks, we will post these video interviews that were taken at both photoshoot events!

In today’s recruit interview, we go to Northwestern State University where Lee Brecheen sat down with Jonesboro Hodge High School senior defensive end Logan Webb and Pineville High School senior wide receiver/punter Cameron Page!

Logan Webb: The Jonesboro Hodge Tigers have not had their best season as the team is currently 2-6, but one player that has played hard despite of it all is their senior offensive/defensive lineman and long snapper Logan Webb. At 6-3, 255 pounds, Webb is a tough player to prepare for up front especially at the 2A level. Last season, Webb showed what he was capable of on defense with 38 tackles, two sacks, and two tackles for loss. Like mentioned earlier, Webb does a little bit of everything for the Tigers due to the lack of depth the team has. Whether it is playing on the offensive line, defensive line, tight end, or even long snapping, the senior has shown his versatility quite often over the course of his career. Louisiana Football Magazine’s recruiting guru Lee Brecheen has been very high on Webb as he put him on the cover of the North magazine as well as on the 1st team All-North Louisiana preseason team as a defensive end. Webb is not only a versatile football player, but he is a versatile athlete in general also playing baseball, basketball, and even participating in track and field. His top schools are ULM, Northwestern State, and ULM. Even though the Tigers have only won two games, they have played well enough to still be in the top 32 for the Class 2A playoff bracket currently at 30th. For Webb and the Tigers, they will try and clinch a playoff spot when they play the North Caddo Rebels and the Lakeside Warriors in the final two games of the season.

Cameron Page: Like Jonesboro Hodge, the Pineville Rebels have had a disappointing season in terms of the win-loss record at 2-6, but like the Tigers, the Rebels are in a position to get back in the thick of things in the playoffs if they play well in their final two games. A player that will help the Rebels try to make a push at getting in the Class 5A playoffs is another versatile player in senior Cameron Page. Not only is Page a talented wide receiver on offense at 6-2, 170 pounds, but he is perhaps even more talented as a punter as he has averaged 40 yards per punt. Page is also a track standout for Pineville participating in the 4 x 200, 4 x 400, and the 800 meter dash. Like Webb, Louisiana Football Magazine’s recruiting guru Lee Brecheen put Page on the cover of the North magazine as well as on the second team All-North Louisiana preseason team. As of now, Page’s top schools are Louisiana Tech, Arkansas StateLSUOle Miss, and ULM. After the football season is over, Page likes to be involved in his church youth group. Hopefully for Page and the Rebels, they can find a way to continue their season in the playoffs.

In today’s recruit video interview with Lee Brecheen, we caught up with Jonesboro Hodge High School senior DE Logan Webb and Pineville High School senior wide receiver/punter Cameron Page before the season to talk about their skills, why a college should take a chance on them, their goals for the season, and much more! Click the link below to check the interview out!

Hey football fans. Like our recruiting interviews, stories, and other content on our website? Click on our website daily to view articles on recruits, coaches, and so much more at our website: http://lafootballmagazine.com/. Also, we have exciting news that for the third straight year, we will have our North and South LA issues and both are now out! Both issues will continue to cover all the Louisiana colleges as well as all the high schools in state, but there will be 16 pages that will focus on North Louisiana as well as South Louisiana. For more information, please check the following link to where you can find the magazine in a store near you. Also, below are the two covers as well as where you can order both magazines on our website.

Store Link: http://lafootballmagazine.com/news/2019-louisiana-football-magazine-north-and-south-editions-now-available-in-stores-near-you/

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North Online Order Link: http://lafootballmagazine.com/product/la-football-magazine-2019-annual-preview-north-edition/

South Online Order Link: http://lafootballmagazine.com/product/la-football-magazine-2019-annual-preview-south-edition/

About Jace LeJeune

Jace is from Addis, LA but resides in Port Allen, LA. Jace attends Southeastern Louisiana University and is majoring in Journalism. This is Jace's third year as Associate Editor at Louisiana Football Magazine. He is also a graduate from Catholic High School in Baton Rouge where he was the editor of the school newspaper the “Bearly Published.” While at CHS, Jace also announced their football, basketball, and baseball games for the Bruin Broadcast Network which is the Catholic High’s streaming website for their events. On weekends, Jace is the PA announcer for his middle school football games. At home, Jace enjoys time with his family and friends. Besides being a huge football fan, Jace is also an avid NHRA drag racing fan.