Leglue Takes In Nicholls Game

Holy Savior HS senior John Leglue (6'5,285) is one the last Division I offensive lineman prospects still uncommitted in the Louisiana prep ranks. The big senior traveled down to Lafayette this past weekend to watch the Ragin' Cajuns play at home.

Holy Savior HS senior John Leglue (6'5,285) camped at Louisiana this summer and the Cajuns have continued to stay in touch with him. Leglue has been used in multiple positions this season, including offensive tackle, center, tighend and H-back. His agility has attracted several other schools along with UL this fall. How did Leglue enjoy his to Cajun Field this past weekend?

"Yes, we really enjoyed the visit and the game," John stated."Coach Edwards had asked me to come in this weekend for the first home game and visit with the staff. I spoke to Coach Rodrigue and they want to see some video of my first few games this fall. Coach Hudspeth said late this summer they were close to offering me, but they want to watch some of my senior games."

Besides UL, Leglue has interest from two other FBS programs including the first one to offer.

"ULM offered me after their camp this summer," said Leglue. "They said I had a good camp and they wanted to be the first to offer me. I visited Tulane when they played South Alabama in the Dome. I really enjoyed my visit down there and they could be close to making on offer."

John had to leave in the third quarter, but we asked the big lineman from Central Louisiana if he watched the UL offensive line during the game and if he considers the system a fit for him?

"I watched the offensive line during the game," John said. "They some things we don't do, like zone block on some passing downs. But my coach has worked with me on some of the techniques that they teach at the next level and I feel that I have the agility to play in any system. I'm going to get the video from our game against Peabody Highand send that out to UL, Tulane and ULM."

The Cajun Redzone will continue to follow senior John Leglue for the rest of the season.

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