"Last night at the All-Acadiana banquet, they announced that I had 42 catches for 942 yards and 25 touchdowns," said Dural. "I probably averaged close to 20 yards a carry. I was first-team all-district wide receiver and return specialist."
Dural will take his official visit to LSU next month.
"It's in January. They told my mom and I the date, but I can't remember," said Dural. "I'm just looking forward to seeing how college life is, how the coaches react to my family, and getting a feel for the environment."
Breaux Bridge started the year 0-5 in hoops, but the Tigers are 1-1 since the influx of Dural and the other football players.
"I'm averaging 16 points per game," said the 6-foot-2 senior. "I played against (fellow LSU commit) Jerald Hawkins (West St. Mary) the other night. We talked a little bit. I met his parents; they're good people."
Dural and the Tigers are the defending track and field state champions and are heavily-favored to repeat.
"We return everybody except Quentin Thomas (now at LSU)," he said. "Last year, I made it to state in the 4 X 200, 200, long jump and high jump. We were first in the 4 X 200 and I got first in the high jump. I finished second in the 200 and third in the long jump.
"My goals this season are to run a 20.0 in the 200 and clear 7-0 in the high jump. Last year, I ran in the low 21-range in the 200 and jumped 6-11."
On the gridiron, Dural and his teammates posted a 12-2 mark in 2011. The Tigers boasted a trio of LSU commits, including LB Lamar Louis and WR Kavahra Holmes. Louis is a mid-year grad and early enrollee.