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    Is it too early to talk about? Whats the local area / state looking like for potential D1 talent next year? Any names on our early wish list?


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    Northside has a big DE but I can't remember his name.

    Archangel is a DB from comeaux who is rated a 3 star. In my opinion he is overrated.


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    Another kid who I like a lot is Mike Hollins. RB from U High.

    U High and Southern Lab are loaded with talent.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    Northside has a big DE but I can't remember his name.

    Archangel is a DB from comeaux who is rated a 3 star. In my opinion he is overrated.
    Broussard is the kid at Northside. STM has several legitimate prospects.

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    According to national recruiting experts, Louisiana has one of the deepest classes for talent in the country.

    As for Louisiana alone, it's supposed to be one of the best and deepest in years. A lot of familiar names like Ryan Clark's son along with Derrick Stingley's son. I'm getting old, I watched most of these kids dads play football.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    Broussard is the kid at Northside. STM has several legitimate prospects.
    Caleb Holstein 2020 QB from STM already has a Tech offer.

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    Louisiana does have the deepest talent pool in the country. Per capita.

    Larger population states have bigger totals but you have to spread yourself thin trying to find the talent.

    In Louisiana there is talent -literally- everywhere you look.


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    A 2021 kid to keep an eye on is Dillon Monette. He plays QB at Comeaux and started as a freshman.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Louisiana does have the deepest talent pool in the country. Per capita.

    Larger population states have bigger totals but you have to spread yourself thin trying to find the talent.

    In Louisiana there is talent -literally- everywhere you look.
    We probably have one the most D1 schools as well per capita

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geaux View Post
    According to national recruiting experts, Louisiana has one of the deepest classes for talent in the country.

    As for Louisiana alone, it's supposed to be one of the best and deepest in years. A lot of familiar names like Ryan Clark's son along with Derrick Stingley's son. I'm getting old, I watched most of these kids dads play football.
    Saw clarks son in a playoff game in BR against one of the local schools in Lafayette. He was a great cover guy but appeared a little under sized. How is he rated according to the gurus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    Caleb Holstein 2020 QB from STM already has a Tech offer.
    I saw him play a few times great physique I think highly over rated as a passer.

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    I have heard CHNI coach talk about a 6'3" receiver, that's also a sprinter in track,when talking about how he planned to attack shorter DBs from ND in the dome. Heard the kid is pretty good but can't recall his name. Is he a D1 type prospect?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJack55 View Post
    We probably have one the most D1 schools as well per capita
    If the rest of the rest of the country had the same number of D1 schools per capita as Louisiana ... There would be 1,000

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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    I have heard CHNI coach talk about a 6'3" receiver, that's also a sprinter in track,when talking about how he planned to attack shorter DBs from ND in the dome. Heard the kid is pretty good but can't recall his name. Is he a D1 type prospect?
    LeBlanc? If it's him, his grandfather is Ed Domingues. Really big UL backer.

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    Have heard from radio show sec experts that Mississippi is going to have a once in a generation talent pool next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    If the rest of the rest of the country had the same number of D1 schools per capita as Louisiana ... There would be 1,000
    Actually closer to 780.

    Based on:
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    4,600,000

    326,000,000

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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    Saw clarks son in a playoff game in BR against one of the local schools in Lafayette. He was a great cover guy but appeared a little under sized. How is he rated according to the gurus?
    https://247sports.com/Player/Jordan-Clark-46038774

    #14 prospect in Louisiana 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeauCajun View Post
    LeBlanc? If it's him, his grandfather is Ed Domingues. Really big UL backer.
    His grandfather Tim Leblanc played football for USL and catholic high also. The last team at catholic high to win a state championship.

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