Dooley Dawg Camp a Big Success

Some of the region's top players were in Ruston this week for the 2nd Annual Dooley Dawg Football Camp.

The total number of campers were more than double from a year ago. Players came from Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas and spent all morning Friday working with the Louisiana Tech staff.

Some of the top quarterbacks on Tech's board made the trip to Ruston. Brady Attaway from Whitehouse, TX was in town on Wednesday, while a pair of top signal callers from Tennessee also made it to camp.

Nathan Jolley and Will Gilchrist are two of the top rated quarterbacks from the Volunteer State. Gilchrist, along with Wes Luquette, is one of only two signal callers to hold an offer from the Bulldogs. Jolley and Attaway may not be far behind.

Dexter Toney, the speedster from El Dorado, AR, came down on Friday and big Justin Henry from Centreville, MS was in town all week. 2010 recruit O'Ryan Shepard came along with two of his teammates from Hope, AR.

Michael Daronche from Cy-Fair High School in Houston was among several players out of the Lone Star State. Dalton Livingston, Steven McCormack, and Zach Voss all came from Seven Lakes High School in Katy, TX.

Some of the top local players in attendance were Justin Ellis from Neville High School in Monroe, Javontay Crowe from Ruston, and Radarious Winston and Kentavious Alford both came with some of their Bastrop teammates.

The Dooley Dawg Camp grew tremendously this year and will continue to grow as Coach Derek Dooley builds his program.

Tech received a verbal commitment on Wednesday from D.J. Morrow out of Westwood High School in Palestine, TX.

Check back next week for more information on the campers. More commitments could be on the way.


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