Bastrop Secondary a Strong Unit

Kentavious Alford was named to the 4-A All-State team as a junior. The 5-11 linebacker returns to lead his team in 2008.

Kentavious Alford totaled 114 tackles in 2007. A linebacker in high school, the playmaker could line up at safety or linebacker in college.

Radarius Winston had 43 tackles and 5 interceptions from his free safey position. Winston was named as an honarable mention All-State player.

Keldrick Anderson started at cornerback for the Rams last season. The 5-10 Anderson returns to help lock down opposing offenses. Desmond Wilson looks to fill the other cornerback spot.

Anderson, Alford, and Winston recently attended the Dooley Dawg Football Camp at Louisiana Tech University. While they had a good camp experience, they are ready to get their senior season started.

"We enjoyed the camp," said Alford. "We are working this summer on our agility and strength."

Alford and Winston plan on attending the Oklahoma State camp, but that is the only camp left on their agenda.

None of the players are receiving a ton of interest from recruiters at the moment, but expect that to change once the season gets started. Winston is known for making big plays and Alford has a reputation for being a big hitter. Anderson has the coverage skills that college scouts look for in a high school player.

It doesn't hurt that Bastrop goes deep into the playoffs every season. Scouts can not help but notice the Rams.

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