Cajuns Early Look at 2014 WR Class

Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns have a very explosive offense with Junior quarterback Terrance Broadway at the helm and a number of high school athletes in the 2014 Class have shown some interest in playing with the Baton Rouge native.

The Cajuns added their first commitment to the 2014 Class last Tuesday when former Teurlings WR Dylan Bossier made an early decision to return to Lafayette from Jones Community College. Bossier is the first of several athletes Louisiana may sign in the 2014 Class at the wide receiver position. The Cajun Redzone takes a closer look at some of the top athletes that UL has shown interest in this spring.

Romello Brooker 6'4, 195 (Houston Alief Taylor) is the latest athlete to receive an offer from the Ragin' Cajuns. Currently holds offers from Houston and New Mexico State.

Malachi Dupre 6'2, 187 (New Orleans John Curtis) is one of the top ranked WR's in the country and currently has over 31 offers including the Cajuns.

Kd Cannon 5'11, 170 (Mount Pleasant, Texas) another top ranked WR in the country that is starting to get his share of offers with 18 besides UL. Scouts #6 rated WR.

Johnnie Dixon 5'10, 187 (Dwyer Palm Beach) is another very good ranked WR with 24 offers at this time in addition to UL.

Corey Holmes 6'2, 175 (St. Thomas Aquinas) is loaded with offers and is part of a great senior class in Florida once again. Holmes had 36 offers and counting. Scout.com's #34 rated WR.

Adly Enoicy 6'5, 205 (Atlantic Delray Beach) a big targets that are going to get more offers this summer and is part of that terrific 2014 Florida Class. Holds 10 offers in addition to the Cajuns.

Tyre McCants 5'11, 202 (Niceville, FL) built more like a running back; McCants has garnered a lot of intention this spring. He holds 17 offers and one from the Cajuns.

Stanley Clerveaux 6'3' 185 (North Miami) played on the same team as 2013 signee DB Troy McCollum. Clerveaux is another big athlete that can run and could be a steal for the Cajuns like his former teammate. He current holds 11 offers plus UL.

Camerson Sims 6'4, 200 (Ouachita, Monroe) considered Louisiana's best receiver prospect by many, just think current UL player Jamal Robinson. The Cajuns are one of a number of schools to offer, including pretty much every national power program. Scout.com's #13 rated WR.

Aggadoria Bowers 6'3, 180 (Bamberg Ehrhardt, SC) another big receiver with offers from ACC, SEC and Big Ten schools. Scout.coms #75 rated WR.

Corey McBride 6'2, 175 (Dutch town HS) not ranked yet, but could end up as one of Louisiana's best. McBride has great speed and received an offer from UL in March.

D.J, Chark 6'1, 175 (Alexandria Sr. HS) another Louisiana sleeper that has great speed and quickness, similar to current UL WR Darryl Surgent out of the same high school. Chark could end up on the defensive side of the football.

Gabe Fuselier 5'11, 175 (Catholic NI) another Louisiana Sleeper that has put up big numbers over the past few seasons. Fuselier has proven that he has good speed at recent NUC Combines running a best time of 4.8 and 4.9. Very smart kid that understands the game very well and would make an excellent slot receiver at the next level.

Tyler Johnson 6'3, 190 (Westlake HS) a very good athlete that has played some QB in high school and visited UL for several games last fall. Has good size and will be interesting to watch at camps this summer.

Mandell Sam 6'0, 180 (Opelousas HS) A gifted athlete that played multiple positions for his team. Because Opelousas uses a running offense more, Sam is not featured as much as he would be in other offenses. He could play on the defensive side of the football as well.

Bobby Hartzog 5'11, 186 (Westside, Houston TX) another gifted athlete from the Houston area. Hartzog has garnered increasing attention this spring because of his speed and quickness. He will be another athlete to watch very closely in summer camps.

While this is not a comprehensive list of all the athletes UL has scouted at the wide receiver position, it certainly gives fans an inside look at the pure numbers Coach Hudspeth and his staff are evaluating.

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