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    Default Ragin Cajuns NSD Signings List UPDATED

    Updated as of 10:15 CST

    1. Rhys Byrns - P - 6' 190 lbs - Melbourne,_ AU

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    2. Percy Butler - CB - 6' 172 lbs - Plaquemine, LA
    Offers: UL, Texas State, Southern Miss

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    3. Luke Junkunc - OL - 6'3" 256 lbs - Houston, TX

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    4. Max Mitchell - OL - 6'5" 271 lbs - Monroe, LA
    Offers: UL, Northwestern State

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    5. Jordan Cordova - ILB - 5'11" 210 lbs - Kinder, LA
    Offers: UL, ULM, McNeese State, Northwestern State, Stephen F. Austin

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    6. Kris Moncrief - ILB - 6'1" 235 lbs - Raleigh, MS
    Interest from: Miss State, Ole Miss, Southern Miss

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    7. (JC )Chauncey Manac - DL - 6'3" 252 lbs - Homerville, GA
    Offers: UL, Indiana, Cincinnati, Florida, Memphis

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    8. Chris Smith - RB - 5'10" 186 lbs - Louisville, MS
    Interest from: FAU, Memphis, Southern Miss

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    9. Max Yarbrough - OL - 6'3" 276 lbs - Friendswood, TX
    Offers: UL, SMU, Air Force, ULM, Bowling Green

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    10. Asjlin Washington - CB - 6' 177 lbs - Houston, TX

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    11. Andre Riley - OLB - 6'2" 195 lbs - Plaquemine, LA
    Offers: UL, Northwestern State

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    12. Timaje Porter - DL - 6'0" 350 lbs - Theodore, AL
    Offers: UL, Auburn, Florida, FAU, Miss State, Ole Miss

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    13. (JC) Johnny Lumpkin - TE - 6'5" 265 lbs - Atlanta, GA
    Offers: UL, Miami(OH)

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    14. (JC) Lorenzo McCaskill - LB - 6'1" 210 lbs - Detroit, MI
    Offers: UL, Ole Miss, Ball State

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    15. (Transfer - Nevada) Kendall Johnson- CB - 6' 193 lbs - Lafayette, LA

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    16. Eric Garror - DB - 5'10" 175 lbs - Mobile, AL
    Offers: UL, Richmond, Alabama State, Alcorn State

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    17. (Transfer - Ole Miss)Garrald McDowell - DL - 6'1" 270 lbs - Covington, LA


    By the count(location):
    LA - 6
    TX - 3
    MS - 2
    GA - 2
    AL - 2
    MI - 1
    AU - 1

    By the count(position):
    RB - 1
    TE - 1
    OL - 3
    DL - 3
    ILB - 2
    OLB - 1
    LB - 1
    CB - 3
    DB - 1
    P - 1


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    Default Re: Ragin Cajuns NSD Signings List

    Thanks for this thread and keeping it updated.

    GEAUX CAJUNS!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by G3tY4S0m3 View Post
    Updated as of 9:30 CST

    1. Rhys Byrns - P - 6' 190 lbs - Melbourne,_ AU

    2. Percy Butler - CB - 6' 172 lbs - Plaquemine, LA

    3. Luke Junkunc - OL - 6'3" 256 lbs - Houston, TX

    4. Max Mitchell - OL - 6'5" 271 lbs - Monroe, LA

    5. Jordan Cordova - ILB - 5'11" 210 lbs - Kinder, LA

    6. Kris Moncrief - ILB - 6'1" 235 lbs - Raleigh, MS

    7. (JC )Chauncey Manac - DL - 6'3" 252 lbs - Homerville, GA

    8. Chris Smith - RB - 5'10" 186 lbs - Louisville, MS

    9. Max Yarborough - OL - 6'3" 276 lbs - Friendswood, TX

    10. Asjlin Washington - CB - 6' 177 lbs - Houston, TX

    11. Andre Riley - OLB - 6'2" 195 lbs - Plaquemine, LA

    12. Timaje Porter - DL - 6'0" 350 lbs - Theodore, AL

    13. (JC) Johnny Lumpkin - TE - 6'5" 265 lbs - Atlanta, GA

    14. (JC) Lorenzo McCaskill - LB - 6'1" 210 lbs - Detroit, MI

    15. (Grad Tran) Kendall Johnson- CB - 6' 193 lbs - Lafayette, LA

    By the count(location):
    LA - 5
    TX - 3
    MS - 2
    GA - 2
    AL - 1
    MI - 1
    AU - 1

    By the count(position):
    RB - 1
    TE - 1
    OL - 3
    DL - 2
    ILB - 2
    OLB - 1
    LB - 1
    CB - 3
    P - 1
    Nice. 10 so far on the line of scrimmage or LB locations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunDreDog View Post
    This thread has a list, at the top, he can update so you can go to one spot to get the rundown. Justified I think.

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    This is perfect. All we need is a list of who they are and where they are from. The only thing lacking is what other schools offered each player.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HelmutVII View Post
    The only thing lacking is what other schools offered each player.
    Added, great idea!

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    Not that it matters, but is their any particular reason that none of our signees had offers or interest from Tulane or La Tech?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oiler View Post
    Not that it matters, but is their any particular reason that none of our signees had offers or interest from Tulane or La Tech?
    Because most of the in State talent that we would compete with them to sign was already signed in early period or was already committed to those programs. The early signing period has a lot to do with who we offered bc a lot of talent was off the board. The state was also in a down year for talent.

    The early signing period has really changed the recruiting game. It will benefit us going forward if we can have most of the class signed in December and only have to focus on recruiting a select number of kids for February.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oiler View Post
    Not that it matters, but is their any particular reason that none of our signees had offers or interest from Tulane or La Tech?
    You are right, it doesn't matter when our signees they had interest or offers from the SEC, AAC, and the Big Ten

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    According to 247 Sports, of the top 100 Louisiana football players in this 2018 class. We signed 1 and he was ranked at #84.

    UL has to start competing for kids in the top 40-50 range. We definitely need to to sign 3 or 4 from the back half of that group of 100.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geaux View Post
    According to 247 Sports, of the top 100 Louisiana football players in this 2018 class. We signed 1 and he was ranked at #84.

    UL has to start competing for kids in the top 40-50 range. We definitely need to to sign 3 or 4 from the back half of that group of 100.
    I mentioned that in the other thread. Hell we need to start competing for the top 100, let alone top 40 or 50. Tulane with 7 and La Tech with 6 out of the top 100. We got out recruited big time in the state compared to those 2 schools. Hope that starts after this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geaux View Post
    According to 247 Sports, of the top 100 Louisiana football players in this 2018 class. We signed 1 and he was ranked at #84.

    UL has to start competing for kids in the top 40-50 range. We definitely need to to sign 3 or 4 from the back half of that group of 100.
    How many of the top 100 were uncommitted and or unsigned after the early period? the ones this staff would have been able to recruit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragincajun07 View Post
    I mentioned that in the other thread. Hell we need to start competing for the top 100, let alone top 40 or 50. Tulane with 7 and La Tech with 6 out of the top 100. We got out recruited big time in the state compared to those 2 schools. Hope that starts after this year.
    I am curious (don't know) how many of those 13 were signed today?

    This I probably do know, how many of those 13 were first approached (by the school they signed with) a month or so ago?

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    Not sure but I looked at last years class, and I believe la tech had 6, we had 2 and Tulane had 1. I think ulm also had 2 in the top 100 last year but none this year.

    Edit: also looks like 6 for la tech, 5 for Tulane and 3 for us in 2016. Counting from my phone so could be off though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragincajun07 View Post
    I mentioned that in the other thread. Hell we need to start competing for the top 100, let alone top 40 or 50. Tulane with 7 and La Tech with 6 out of the top 100. We got out recruited big time in the state compared to those 2 schools. Hope that starts after this year.
    Yearly, the problem with any Top 100 list by Rivals, 247 or ESPN is that 50% of those kids are ineligible. So then, it becomes a matter of competing for a 3rd of what is left. In a deep class, the Top 25 are the cream. Athletes that are ranked from 26 to 50 are so close in ability that those rankings could be reversed and be just as accurate. From 51 to 100, there is not much separation either. And in most years Louisiana may have 90 to 125 FBS prospects, with the bottom 3rd really being marginal. The secret is grabbing kids like Mitchell that may have started just one season or were injured their junior season, can't really go to summer camps because of recovery and have very little video on them. Elijah McGuire was one of those kids that disappeared because of his injury in his junior year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    Yearly, the problem with any Top 100 list by Rivals, 247 or ESPN is that 50% of those kids are ineligible. So then, it becomes a matter of competing for a 3rd of what is left. In a deep class, the Top 25 are the cream. Athletes that are ranked from 26 to 50 are so close in ability that those rankings could be reversed and be just as accurate. From 51 to 100, there is not much separation either. And in most years Louisiana may have 90 to 125 FBS prospects, with the bottom 3rd really being marginal. The secret is grabbing kids like Mitchell that may have started just one season or were injured their junior season, can't really go to summer camps because of recovery and have very little video on them. Elijah McGuire was one of those kids that disappeared because of his injury in his junior year.
    Why would 50% of the top 100 recruits in the state be ineligible? All things equal - we should be up there with tech and Tulane in the 5 or more a year out of the top 100 instead of getting 1 or 2 like ulm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragincajun07 View Post
    Not sure but I looked at last years class, and I believe la tech had 6, we had 2 and Tulane had 1. I think ulm also had 2 in the top 100 last year but none this year.

    Edit: also looks like 6 for la tech, 5 for Tulane and 3 for us in 2016. Counting from my phone so could be off though.
    Tech has 2 in the Top 50 and Tulane has 3. There are number that haven't signed and those are likely ineligible. Outside of the Top 50, the rest a very close in ability. We have to do some damage in the Top 50, the rest are highly subjective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    Yearly, the problem with any Top 100 list by Rivals, 247 or ESPN is that 50% of those kids are ineligible. So then, it becomes a matter of competing for a 3rd of what is left. In a deep class, the Top 25 are the cream. Athletes that are ranked from 26 to 50 are so close in ability that those rankings could be reversed and be just as accurate. From 51 to 100, there is not much separation either. And in most years Louisiana may have 90 to 125 FBS prospects, with the bottom 3rd really being marginal. The secret is grabbing kids like Mitchell that may have started just one season or were injured their junior season, can't really go to summer camps because of recovery and have very little video on them. Elijah McGuire was one of those kids that disappeared because of his injury in his junior year.
    And didn't Elijah Maguire also have grade concerns his senior year? I thought I remembered hearing that teams like LSU were interested but needed his grades to be a certainty in order to commit.

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    What is the story with Porter? Do they expect him to be eligible or is he hope for the best recruit? I find it unlikely that he turned down all of the offers it shows him getting to come here. They were likely retracted at some point.


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