Jermaine Antoine recently attend a Ragin' Cajuns spring spractice and came away impressed, and with another offer in hand.
"I really enjoyed the practice," Antoine stated. "The practice was intense and they moved from one session to the other quickly; the pace of their practices are on another level."
Jermaine didn't just watch the practice, he spoke with his recruiter and Cajun offensive Coordinator Jay Johnson.
"Coach Johnson was cool, we talked about their offense and he showed me a few things they were running," Jermained mentioned. We walked around to speak with some of the other coaches and then I met Coach Hudspeth. Coach Hudspeth told me they are offering me and are looking forward to seeing me for Junior Day on March 24th."
Antoine competed in his first track meet of the season today, also mentioned he has some football camps set for the summer.
"I'm going to camps at Texas A&M, Florida, Alabama, ULL and NUC Elite Camp so far," said Antoine. "Those are the camps I've set at this point, I might decide on several others later."
Jermaine Antoine reported his first ACT score was a 16, but he is currently enrolled in a ACT prep course and schedule to take the test again in April.
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