Tech offers Javontay Crowe

Javontay Crowe now has three offers. Louisiana Tech is the first school from the Football Bowl Subdivision to offer the strong safety.

Ruston Head Coach Billy Laird said Javontay Crowe is a leader. "Javontay makes plays all over the field," said Laird. "He is a leader for our team. He plays strong safety, but he is real versatile. Sometimes we ask Javontay to play up on the line and cover tight ends; he is strong enough to do it."

Crowe has offers from Northwestern State and Central Arkansas to go along with his offer from Louisiana Tech. "I talked to him about it after he went over there (Tech) and he is going to wait until after the season to make his decision," explained Laird, "I think Louisiana Tech is the front runner right now."

Crowe is also getting interest from SMU.

Another player making college scouts take notice is Jon'al White. White is a 6'1" 273-pound defensive lineman who is also drawing praise from Coach Laird. "He's playing good and I am extremely pleased. He has moved inside for us and he is making plays up and down the line," said Laird.

White played defensive end last season but is now the center of a new 3-5 defense. "He is playing nose guard for us this year," said Laird, "He's athletic enough to play on the end. He can play either position in college."

White is getting interest from Louisiana Tech, Central Arkansas, and Northwestern State. It is unclear whether White will fully qualify, so some schools are taking a "wait and see" approach with him.

Another prospect for the Bearcats is quarterback Nick Rome. Rome is being recruited by Northwestern State and ULM.

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