Interview: Andre Broussard

We caught up with Andre Broussard and talked with him about his commitment to Army.

Andre Broussard, RB
(5-10, 180)
St. Thomas More (Lafayette, LA) Is this Andre?
Andre Broussard: Yes sir, it sure is. How are you doing today?
Andre Broussard: Nice to meet you, I'm doing fine What was the best part of the recruiting process?
Andre Broussard: Coach Bond, the offensive coordinator he was in contact a lot. Actually, he came to Lafayette a lot. I have some friends who play for Army and a chance to hang out with them (St. Thomas graduates -Trey Landry, Regan Tatford & Doug Horaist). What were your goals coming into your senior of high school football?
Andre Broussard: Rush for over 1,000 yards. We have a very competitive league and district, and I wanted to show everyone that I could compete and be a model player. Describe your style as a running back.
Andre Broussard: Every carry I never want to get negative yardage and run as hard as I can on every play. I am always looking to get up the field. What running back in college or the pros do you emulate?
Andre Broussard: Warrick Dunn of the Atlanta Falcons. What is your actual size and speed in the 40?
Andre Broussard: 5-10, 180 right now and a 4.5 in the 40. What are your favorite things to do away from football?
Andre Broussard: I play baseball (center field) & academics. I have a really heavy academic load, with a lot of AP & honors classes. What are your thoughts about competing & playing in Conference USA?
Andre Broussard: I'm very excited about playing in Conference USA. There are a lot of southern teams and it will also allow my family to see some of my games. I have a lot of respect for the conference. Congratulations on your decision to attend West Point and join the Black Knights of Army.
Andre Broussard: I appreciate that and thank you. Top Stories