"My grades are fine," Antoine said. "I just need to increase my ACT score by a point or two.
Antoine ran for 93 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries Friday as Loreauville broke a two-game losing streak with a 47-0 rout of Jeanerette.
Loreauville, 8-2 on the year, procured a No. 14 seed yesterday when the LHSAA released the Class 2A brackets.
The Tigers will host No. 19 Ville Platte in the first round. Loreauville was in the same district with Ville Platte two years ago; Ville Platte prevailed last time the two south Louisiana schools met, 32-29.
Antoine is among the Lafayette area's leading rushers and receivers. He entered week ten with over 1,000 yards rushing and 510 yards receiving. The senior is easily averaging over 10 yards per carry.
"TCU wants me as a receiver," he said.
Antoine could play safety in college, too. He hasn't set a date for either visit yet.
"It'll probably be after the season ends," he said.