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men get into college, but really were all about the money. So with the mission to help the schools in Louisiana gain more exposure through positive media, and provide the youth of Louisiana an avenue to go through to be seen by hundreds of schools without paying a cent.
Coach Andy decided that this year he would add an All-Star game to Louisiana Gridiron Football and provide an opportunity for players to be seen. In this years game, he brought this idea to several of his friends that then volunteered to help coach in the game. This state has so much talent that Coach did not want to “water down” the talent pool in Louisiana and have an “All-American” game. He felt that the talent in Louisiana could sustain 100 players and still have a competitive game. When Coach Andy was coach- We here at Louisiana GridFootball hope you ing at SLU, he noticed the iron agree, and enjoy the game. lack of media coverage for the smaller schools in Louisiana. He also noted that there were a number of companies that claimed to help young 7
Head Coach, Pineville High An extraordinarily successful head coach and leader with three decades of coaching experience; elevated the Louisiana College program to heights unseen; has established a proven track record of developing players, especially quarterbacks, and high-scoring offenses; honored as the national high school Coach of the Year in 1997 and 1999; led Evangel Christian Academy to a national championship and 9 state championships; a tireless worker and effective communicator; determined to build champions on and off of the field Coaching experience Louisiana College, Pineville, LA Athletic Director/Head coach (2005 â€“ 2017) 65-45 Overall Record as College Head Coach Nationally ranked playoff team. First playoff appearance in school history (Conference Coach of the Year) 2011 First ever national ranking, ranked as high as No. 19 nationally 2010 Finished 7-1 in the American Southwest Conference, best conference finish in school history 2009 Posted first back-to-back winning seasons since 1960-1961 2008 First winning season at LC since 1961 ** Graduation rate of 93% since 2006. Academic All-Conference players: 2006:7, 2007:6, 2008:5, 2009:16, 2010:17, 2011:14, 2012:18, 2013:15, 2014:17, 2015:20, 2016:22
Pineville High School, Pineville, LA Head coach / athletic director (2017-present) Led the program to playoffs in 2018 (first playoff showing in this decade) Evangel Christian Academy, Shreveport, LA Head coach / athletic director (2000 2005) Head coach / athletic director / high school principal (1992 â€“ 2000) Led the program to a 162-21 overall record, a national champion in 1999, and 9 state championships in 13 seasons Finished in the USA Today Top 25 on five different occasions Coached in the first-ever nationally televised high school football game on ESPN in 2003 against De Lasalle HS (CA) 206-53 overall record as a High School Head Coach 1 National Championship 9 State Championships
Head Coach, Lakeside High Coach Jason McClendon is currently serving as the head football coach at Lakeside High School in Sibley, LA. In the 2 years McClendon has been at Lakeside, the warriors have won more games than they had won in the previous 5 years combined before his arrival. Lakeside had not won a game in 3 years, losing 23 games in a row. They have made the playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time ever, broke the majority of all school offensive records, and produced the school’s first all-state football player. Before coming to Lakeside, McClendon previously coached in Texas, serving as the offensive coordinator at Northland Christian, Westbury Christian, Second Baptist, and Daingerfield. In the last 7 years, the QB’s McClendon has coached have run and passed for more than 23,000 yards and 315 touchdowns. In 2016, while serving as the offensive coordinator at Northland Christian, McClendon directed the #1 ranked scoring offense in America at 57 ppg in route to an undefeated season and state championship. In his 3 years at Northland Christian, McClendon’s QB Michael Massarella accounted for over 12,000 yards of total offense and 163 touchdowns which is #8 in the history of high school football. McClendon married has wife Kayla in 2010 and they welcomed their son Maverick in January 2017. McClendon
is originally from Shreveport, LA. He graduated from Louisiana College with a degree in Health and Physical Education where he played football under Coach Dennis Dunn. McClendon comes from a bloodline of coaches as his great uncle Charles “Cholly Mac” McClendon is the all-time winningest coach in LSU football history. McClendon’s greatest passion is helping young men through a mentor program aimed to help teens wrestle with their deepest fears which often hold them back from being the best versions of themselves they can be. He stated the following regarding the mission of his mentor program, “I have an elite passion to destroy fatherlessness in young men by helping to love, empower, equip, and train them to overcome their greatest fears which hold them back from being the best versions of themselves they can be. The result of our program is to see young men grow up to live lives filled and overflowing with power, passion, and purpose.”
Previous Coaching Experience: West Thibodaux Middle (LA) 2011-15 Houma Jr. High (LA) 2015-2017 Terrebonne High (LA) 2015-2017 West St. John High (LA) 2017-Current Playing Experience Running Back, Linebacker, Cornerback at West St John High Linebacker at Louisiana College Education: Tyler Lewis Associates and Bachelorâ€™s degree West St John High School in Interdisciplinary Studies from Defensive Backs Coach Nicholls State University Masterâ€™s Degree in Education from Kaplan University Coach Chris Hayes has been coaching high school football for four seasons. He is a graduate of ULM and The Church Academy of Baton Rouge. In his first three seasons as a Coach, Hayes has had stops at Port Allen High and The Church Academy serving as a linebacker coach. As a linebacker coach, he has had a linebacker selected all district in four consecutive seasons. This past season, Hayes served as linebacker coach and Chris Hayes Defensive Coordinator for St. John of St John High School Plaquemine High School. Hayes took Defensive Coordinator/ over a defense that allowed 49 ppg Linebacker Coach in 2017. In his first year during the 2018 campaign the Eagle's defense allowed 26 ppg. 10
Graduated from South Beauregard HS in 2008. Decided to attend Louisiana College to play football under Coach Dennis Dunn. Earned 1st Team ASC All-Conference as a Senior Slot WR in 2011. After earning a degree in Mathematics from LC, helped assist coach Clay Matchett with WRs at LC in 2012. Coached 5 years at LC (2012-2017) as the Running Backs (2013) and Wide Receivers (2014-2017) coach before accepted a job at Pineville HS. Currently on my 2nd year as the Passing Dayne Reeves Game Coordinator at Pineville HS. Pineville HS Husband to Heather Reeves, and father of Passing Game Coordi- Maddex Dayne Reeves (2 yrs) and Myles nator/Slot WRs Coach Daniel Reeves (6 months).
Iota High School Defensive Coordinator
Hometown: Opelousas, La. Currently Defensive Coordinator and Head Powerlifting Coach at Iota High School. Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at False River Academy From 2012-2015. Spent Coaching stints at Pine Prairie, Northwest and Acadiana Prep High Schools. In 2017 Iotaâ€™s Defense allowed only 28 pass completions in the regular 10 game season, while producing the District 5-3A Defensive MVP. The 2017 & 2018 seasons have produced three all state defensive player at Iota while compiling a 22-3 overall record in two seasons and an undefeated District Championship record 10-0 for 2018. Defensive Coordinator at Iota HS last two seasons: 11
Previous Jobs: Athletic Director/Head Football Coach at False River Academy Offensive Coordinator/OL Coach at Christian Life Academy Playing Experience: Louisiana College OL BSN All-American, LSWA All-Louisiana, 2 Time All-ASC Darin Moore Personal: Pineville High School Married to Lauren Moore Run Game Coordinator/ Children: Ava Moore, Caysen Moore OL Coach Coach Adam White is in his first year as the Offensive Line Coach and Head Powerlifting Coach at Live Oak High School in Watson, LA. Coach White has 6 years of coaching experience at the high school level, and has coached at St. Michael the Archangel High School (2017) in Baton Rouge, Catholic High School (2015 & 2016) in Baton Rouge, and C.H.E.F. of Baton Rouge (2013 & Adam White 2014). Coach White is a graduate Live Oak High School of Catholic High School in Baton Rouge, LSU (Bachelor of Science in Offensive Line Coach Sport Administration), and Northwestern State University (Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Education). Coach White is also a former Offensive Lineman for the LSU and Catholic High School football programs. 12
Coach Johnathan Collins Born in Shreveport La. He is a 3 time High School State Champion from Evangel Christian Academy. 2 year player at Northwestern State University. 2 season overseas player, 2 time Team USA Player and 4 years arena ball player. Johnathan has been coaching 5 years now 4 years at Northwood HS and 1 year at Lakeside HS.
Trey Langley is a former LSU Football Offensive Lineman who was a varsity letterman from 1997 to 2000. He received many exceptional achievements such as the Ralph Norwood Award, The Gridiron Club Award for player of the year and All SEC Award. In High School he played as Defensive End and some of his High school achievements were All State Defensive End, Second time All District First Team Defensive End and Defensive MVP. Also, he received The Golden helmet award for outstanding accomplishments. He was projected to be Top five in the draft but due to an ACL injury he went free agent with the Washington Redskins and then re-injured the ACL.
Johnathan Collins Lakeside High School Special Teams Coach
Former LSU Tiger Lineman Former NFL Lineman Trey is owner of an Independent Insurance Agency out of Eunice, Louisiana and is married with two boys. 13
Quarterbacks Kam is a 2-time All-District Safety for the Iota Bulldogs. When we graded out every Senior this year in the recruiting magazine, Kam graded out better as a QB. Kam is currently committed to playing QB for Millsaps College
Ht/Wt: 6.02/ 195 School: Iota
Ht/Wt: 6.02/ 190 School: Logansport
Ben West Ht/Wt: 6/ 192 School: Pineville
Landon was one of the top 10 passers in the 2018 season. This season, Landon had 1797 passing yards with 29 passing TDâ€™s. He completed 73% of his passes and had a QB Rating of 144.7. Ben is an athletic QB that has burned teams this season with his speed. As a converted WR, he can run past defenders. Ben has also become a proficient passer as well. He looks forward in following his fathers footsteps and join the military. He hopes to attend West Point.
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Running Backs Tresmin Brown
Ht/Wt: 5.11/ 184 School: Logansport
Ht/Wt: 6.01/ 205 School: Delta Charter
Tresmin is one of the fastest backs in the state. He is a true 4.4 guy that has burned teams this season. Tresmin averaged 15.7 yards per carry this season and 133 yards per game. He had 13 rushing TD’s If Tresmin is one of the fastest backs in the state, Freddie is the fastest. Freddie is a mixture of power and speed. I do not think he has yet met his full potential, this is why he is a four star prospect.
Jhalen is an elite back with a ton of power. At times his feet stop on first Ht/Wt: 6.01/ 205 School: Ascension Episcopal contact, but his second push usually ends up becoming first downs. Jhalen has a good first step and the ability to run over defenders.
Kameron Booker Ht/Wt: 5.10/ 165 School: Jonesboro-Hodge
Kameron has great speed. He also plays DB and at the next level could play either position. Kameron averaged 105.1 yards per game this season with 8.3 yards per carry. He also had 16 rushing TD’s.
Corey Johnson Ht/Wt: 5.09/ 174 School: Carver Collegiate
Corey is a great back with a good mixture of speed to power. He is a 4.5 guy that has the frame to be better. I don’t think he has met his full potential yet. He is one of those guys that can be one of the best backs in the country with the right coaching staff. 15
Joshua Jones Ht/Wt: 5.09/185 School: Berwick High
Josh is speedy back that when he finds a hole, he is gone. This season he was 5th in the state in rushing yards with 2,153 yards. He averaged 9.4 yards per carry. He also had 27 rushing TDâ€™s.
Jarius Boyd Ht/Wt: 6.01/215
Jarius is one of those kids that can write his own ticket to wherever he wants to go. He is a 4.0 student and mixed with his athletic talent, any school would be lucky to have him.
Seth Shirley Ht/Wt: 6.0/180 School: Rosepine
Seth is power back that can thump defenders in the middle. I feel that at that at the next level, he will be a package guy and could be a dominant player in short yardage situations.
“We are so proud of our #15 Freddie Wayne Mango, Jr. Best wishes to you son and continue to make us proud! God has a plan for you! We love you and always remember Matthew 6:33 “But first and most importantly seek his kingdom and his righteousness, and ALL these things will be given to you also, says God.”’ Love you always, your #1 fan Mama Shela Moe! Love from your entire family all your fans and supporters! Good Luck #15 Freddie Jr.
Wide Receivers Legend Denler Ht/Wt: 5.09/155 School: Benton
Legend has a great first step and uses his hands well to catch the ball. He will make a good slot receiver at the next level.
Doryan Harris Ht/Wt: 5.08/ 180 School: University Lab
Doryan has great speed with a 4.4- 40. In the state championship game vs STM, he separated himself and proved that he can be a deep threat guy as well as a slot receiver.
Gage Rapp Ht/Wt: 5.11/ 170 School: Sulphur
Gage has great speed and is a reliable target for quarterbacks. Has great hands. Gage makes for a great possession receiver.
Brandon Quinney Ht/Wt: 6.03/ 170 School: ASH
Brandon is a physical receiver that get off blocks. He is an excellent outside target with his size. He has excellent speed as well.
Jaquez Jones Ht/Wt: 6.03/ 175 School: Captain Shreve
Jaquez has good speed and can makes a great red zone target. He uses his hands well when he catches the ball.
Jacob Sylvia Ht/Wt: 6.03/ 170 School: Pineville
Jacob Sylvia is being groomed as an SEC receiver. Jacob has great range and catches the ball well.
Jarred Simpson Ht/Wt: 6.01/ 191 School: Vidalia
Jarred may be one of the fastest players at this game. Has good size and can play inside or outside.
Chaynery Paul Johnson Ht/Wt: 5.08/157 School: Iota
What Chaynery lacks in size, he makes up for in heart. He constantly broke tackles and made huge plays in Iota’s undefeated season.
Devin Thierry Devin is physical receiver as well as a Ht/Wt: 6.01/ 200 speedster. Devin plays like he is a 6’5” School: Opelousas Catholic receiver. In the one game this season I saw him, he scored 4 TD’s and over 200 yards. Trayon Jones Ht/Wt: 5.08/157 School: Northwood
Trayon is a speedy little receiver that is big time slot receiver. His hands and his speed are some of his best skills.
Kylan Duhe Ht/Wt: 5.09/195 School: West St John
Kylan is a RB/SB hybrid. He is able to make magic happen when he gets the ball in his hands. Kylan is a joy to watch.
Travion Johnson Ht/Wt: 6.04/210 School: Terrebonne
Travion has the size to be a red zone threat at the next level. He uses his hands well to catch the ball.
Charlie Norman Ht/Wt: 5.08/185 School: West Monroe
Charlie is a speedy receiver that makes plays anytime he gets the ball.
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Tight Ends Brandon Hubricz Ht/Wt: 6.03/ 220 School: Catholic BR
Brandon is the top TE in the state. He can block and catch, both qualities you are looking for in a game changing TE.
Adam Purser Adam is a physical TE and mauls Ht/Wt: 6.04/ 245 defensive lineman and is able to make School: Opelousas Catholic blocks on the second level. It also doesnâ€™t hurt that he can catch the ball.
Lucas McWilliams Ht/Wt: 6.06/ 230 School: Rosepine
Lucas is a true definition of a Diamond In the Rough. I saw Lucas when he played against North Central and I was blown away that no one knew about this young man. This guy has the size and strength to be a DI TE.
Joel Buckles Ht/Wt: 6.06/ 215 School: Westminster
Joel has the height and the speed to make a great TE. He is working to bulk up for college and has the intangibles to make a great player.
â€œCongratulations Adam! We are very proud! Best of luck in the game, and the next chapter of your life.â€? Love, Mom, Dad, and Allison
Offensive Line Cade Foster Ht/Wt: 6.03/290 School: Buckeye
Grant Jenny Ht/Wt: 6.03/255 School: Holy Cross
Juwan Felix Ht/Wt: 6.03/285 School: Iota
Cade has good hands and a good punch. He also plays with good leverage.
Grant has good footwork and uses his hands well. He has good strength and uses his leverage well against bigger defenders.
Juwan is a strong lineman and is excellent in run blocking. He has a great punch.
AJ Gillie Ht/Wt: 6.04/275 School: Natchi. Central
AJ has great size, speed, and power. He is one of the best linemen in this years class.
Brett Pope Ht/Wt: 6.04/300 School: Leesville
Brett is an excellent center. He has a great punch and lots of power for the run game.
Chris Doyle Ht/Wt: 5.11/250 School: Ouachita
Chris has great technique and has beaten DI defenders his entire career. He plays with great leverage.
Desmond Smart Ht/Wt: 6.04/340 School: Mckinley
Desmond is one of the top offensive linemen in the state. He has generated lots of DI interest. He has a massive frame and strength.
E'Jarion Gibson Ht/Wt: 6.04/304 School: Franklin
Eâ€™Jarion is great at run blocking. He has a massive frame and great strength.
Aaron McDaniel Ht/Wt: 6.03/310 School: Oakdale
Aaron is a great run blocker. He has good footwork and has a good first step.
Ahmond Diggs Ht/Wt: 6.04/285 School: EA
Ahmond has great size and power. He wins the push up front if he gets his hands on you.
Dillion Gray Ht/Wt: 6.03/275 School: Lakeside
DJ Harvey Ht/Wt: 5.10/275 School: Lakeside
Dillion has a great punch and has a good motor. Able to make blocks on the second level.
DJ is one of the strongest lineman in this class. He is a state power lifting competitor. He uses his leverage and strength to over power defenders.
Dandre Richard Ht/Wt: 6.02/300 School: Brusly
Dandre has a high motor and plays well with his leverage. He is an excellent run blocker.
Zane Blanchard Ht/Wt: 6.02/250 School: Assumption
Zane is an All-District lineman that plays with very good leverage.
Dalton Clark Ht/Wt: 6.03/300 School: Capt Shreve
Dalton plays with good leverage against the run. He is strong and has a good motor.
Joe Hearvey Ht/Wt: 6.05/280 School: Assumption
Joe is an athletic Tackle. He also played TE while in School. Has great hands and can catch the ball very well, however, will be a better lineman in college.
Ryan Mckenzie Ht/Wt: 6.04/304 School: Welsh
In the state championship game, Ryan dominated the 247 Sports #1 ranked defensive lineman in the state.
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Defensive Line Caleb Jackson School: Zachary Ht/Wt: 6.01/255
Caleb is a great run stopper. Has been offered to play college ball at McNeese, Southern, and ULM.
Adrian Brickham School: Vernado Ht/Wt: 6.04/210
Adrian is a speedy end who has already signed to play at Rice for the next four years.
James Monroe Ht/Wt: 6.03/240 School: Opelousas Catholic
James is a strong lineman with good technique. Can play the 3-Tech or End.
Mackenzie Carrier School: Oberlin Ht/Wt: 6.03/300
Mackenzie is a massive interior lineman that dominates the point of attack. Needs to work on hand placement, but good technique.
Joshua Ratcliff Ht/Wt: 6/255 School: Assumption
Josh is a strong lineman with good speed. Will need to work on a little technique, but otherwise a solid lineman.
Tavonn Alexander Ht/Wt: 6.03/245 School: LCCP
Tavonn has a great first step and great swim move. He is an excellent pass rusher.
Deion McNeal Ht/Wt: 6.02/245 School: Bastrop
Deion is a strong interior lineman who has received offers from UL and ULM.
Thomas Bigner Ht/Wt: 6.04/275 School: JENA
Thomas is a physical lineman with a lot of strength. Great at bull rushing opponents. Plays both End and Tackle.
Devin DeLaSalle School: JENA Ht/Wt: 6.04/265
Devin is a physical Nose Tackle. Can play the shade or 3-tech. Solid lineman with a huge potential.
Tron Clark School: Patterson Ht/Wt: 6.04/260
Tron is fast for his size. Comes out of his stance and ready for a fight. He plugs his gap and tends to make tackles in his secondary gap.
Kelvin Smith Ht/Wt: 6.02/300 School: TCA
Kelvin is a physical lineman that has good technique. He played both sides of the line while in High School. Won the Offensive Lineman MVP at the Red Stick Bowl.
Jacob Bryson Ht/Wt: 6.03/245 School: Lakeside
Jacob has raw talent. He has yet to reach his potential. Head Coach Jason McClendon speaks highly of Jacob.
Devin Charles Ht/Wt: 6.01/260 School: LCA
Devin dominated during the state championship game. Devin has a great motor and and was coached well in high school.
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Linebackers Tayte Langley Ht/Wt: 6.03/240 School: Iota
Chris Sehring School: St. Micheal Ht/Wt: 6.03/225
Tayte is pound for pound the best linebacker in this years class. He plays like a Brian Urlacher. At 6â€™3â€? and 240 pounds, he can still move with a 4.6-40. He always has a knack for finding the ball. Chris plays with good technique and is quick. He is an aggressive linebacker that can play sideline to sideline.
Liam Rowan Ht/Wt: 6.01/220 School: Newman
Liam is an aggressive middle linebacker. Will need to bulk up at the next level, however plays with good technique.
Mark Coppola School: U-High Ht/Wt: 6.01/225
Mark started at offensive line while in high school and played rush end sparingly. He is much better suited to play OLB at the next level. He is being recruited to play OLB in college.
Aaron Benfield Ht/Wt: 6.03/230 School: E.D. White
Aaron is an overlooked linebacker from New Orleans. Plays very aggressively and makes huge plays. Will play OLB or DE at the next level. 33
Brock Bullara Brock is a hard hitting linebacker Ht/Wt: 6/180 that controls the middle of the School: Catholic Point Coupee field. He fills gaps and makes plays in the backfield.
Kylur Tedder Ht/Wt: 6/235 School: Many
Kylur is excellent at stopping the run. A very strong middle linebacker that is not afraid to stick his helmet inside.
Larry Scott Ht/Wt: 6/210 School: Ferriday
I saw Larry play once this season, and I could not be more impressed with the play of an outside linebacker. Very good coverage linebacker. Larry has drawn the attention of school like Georgia.
Ni'Kendrick Carter Ht/Wt: 6.03/220 School: Many
Niâ€™Kendrick is the top outside linebacker in the state. Has already signed to play FBS football at FIU.
Chad Sam School: Northwest Ht/Wt: 6/210
Chad is a hard hitting and speedy outside linebacker. Has decent coverage skills and good run stopping skills.
Niko Roy Ht/Wt: 6/230 School: West St John
Antonio Blanch JR Ht/Wt: 6.01/200 School: Bastrop
Niko is a hard hitting middle linebacker. Has the ability to play at the next level. Is being recruited by the University of Houston and Southern Miss.
Antonio aka. TJ, is a speedy outside linebacker and that blitz or drop back into coverage.
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Defensive Backs Leland Jones Ht/Wt: 6.02/205 School: U-High
Leland is an exceptional athlete that can play Linebacker, Defensive End, and Safety. He had double digit sacks in both his Junior and Senior seasons.
Logan Roy Ht/Wt: 6.02/200 School: Kaplan
Logan is a physical defender that can play outside linebacker or safety. We ranked him as the #4 defensive back in the 2019 class.
Byron Lockhart Ht/Wt: 5.10/185 School: Walker
BJ has great coverage skills. Has already garnered college offers from PAC-12 schools because of his 4.3 speed and coverage ability.
Trey Eddins Jr. Ht/Wt: 6.01/169 School: Sterlington
I saw Trey play twice this year and he has never ceased to amaze me. He, like BJ, is an amazing cover corner. With his natural size, he should be a DI gem.
Seth Ducote School: Rosepine Ht/Wt: 6.01/190
Seth played both QB and DB while at Rosepine. With being the son of the Head Coach, he knows how to read an offence and put the backfield in the right spot to make plays. Has deceptive speed.
Khiry Morrison Ht/Wt: 6.01/200 School: West Feliciana
One of the top safeties in the state. Has already signed his letter of intent to play for Louisiana Tech next year. Great range and ball skills.
Olonzo Jackson Ht/Wt: 6/165 School: West Feliciana
Olonzo has great range as a corner. He is great in zone and can come up and make plays in the run game.
Malik Davis Ht/Wt: 5.10/185 School: Sterlington
Malik also played running back in High School. He is a physical safety that can play in the box on run support.
Phillip Jackson School: Bastrop Ht/Wt: 5.07/180
What Phillip lacks in size, he makes up for in his play making ability. He makes great reads on the ball.
Austyn Benoit Ht/Wt: 6/185 School: Welsh
Austyn played QB and DB while in high school. But due to his lack of size, he will make a better DB/WR in college. Austyn has great speed with a 4.5-40. Austyn makes plays whenever he gets the ball in his hands. 37
Colby Wiersema Ht/Wt: 6.01/195 School: Sam Houston
Colby is very good at reading what the offence gives him. He is always making a play on the ball.
Ronnie Gray Ht/Wt: 5.11/175 School: Carver Collegiate
Ronnie reminds me of a younger version of a Tyrann Mathieu. Ronnie is a play maker on the defense. Could be one of the best defensive players in this class.
Mitchell Lege Ht/Wt: 6.01/157 School: Iota
I saw Mitchell several times this past season, and in every game, he made a huge play. He also served as the teams punter, averaging 40+ yards per punt. Voted as one of the top corners in South West Louisiana.
Calvin Watson Ht/Wt: 5.10/160 School: Walker
Calvin is an excellent athlete. Has range due to his 4.4-40 time. Is an excellent zone corner.
Tyson Ford Ht/Wt: 5.08/180 School: Newman
Tyson is a hard hitting corner. Plays well in the run game. May make the move to safety in college, but with his speed and coverage skills, should do very well.
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Kickers Cayden Reynolds Ht/Wt: 5.11/157 School: Alexandria
Cayden has one of the strongest legs I have seen this season. During warm-ups vs Pineville, Cayden was kicking 50+ yard field goals.
Nolan Heitmeier Ht/Wt: 5.09 155 School: Holy Cross
Nolan is an accurate kicker and makes 40+ yard field goals routinely.
Reece Aultman Ht/Wt: 5.11/170 School: West Monroe
He is a great special teams member and is also a very accurate kicker. He has worked very hard in the weight room to improve his strength this season.
Thank you to CCâ€™s Pizza of Alexandria for feeding all the players of this game. 40
Congratulations Nolan Heitmeier on your record breaking high school career. All-District and All-State were amazing accomplishments. We look forward to watching you play on Saturdays. 41 -Love, Your Family
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