Coach Hudspeth and his staff welcomed six newcomers to campus today, including three mid-year high school graduates. Enrolling today are Helen Cox QB/Athlete Dion Ray, VanCleave HS, Mississippi RB Walter Williams and Marksville HS DB Kamar Greenhouse. Also expected on campus today is Hutchinson CC transfer DB Christian Goodlett and walk-ons Nassua CC Center Ian Bjuro and EMCC DB Jeryl Brazil. 2014 signee Morgan City DL Darryl Johnson is also enrolled and will sign with the 2015 Class on February 4th, and Pro-kick Australian Academy punter Steven Coutts will also enroll.
3-Star Dion Ray committed to the Ragin' Cajuns last April 30th and injured his shoulder during the season. Ray did not need season ending surgery, but will continue to work with the staff to get ready for spring football.
Vancleave HS (MS) RB Walter Williams (6'0,210) played in the Bernard Blackwell All-Star game on December 20th after leading his team to the second round of the Mississippi High School playoffs. Williams finished the season with 1,680 yards rushing, on 205 carries, averaging 8.2 pc, scoring 19 touchdowns and another 3 touchdowns receiving, carrying his team to the playoffs.
Marksville HS DB Kamar Greenhouse committed to the Cajuns on June 7th last summer after showing his skills in camp earlier that day. Greenhouse went on to be named First Team All-District and All-State.
Christian Goodlett committed to the Ragin' Cajuns last week after completing his degree at Hutchinson Community College in 2014. Goodlett was All-Conference in 2013 and was offered by several Big12 programs. He will have two years of eligibility to play.
Australian Pro-kick Academy punter Steven Coutts stand (6'4,200) right now and had interest from several FBS programs. He will be the leading candidate to replace former Cajun punter Daniel Cardona.
Nassua Community College offensive lineman Ian Bjuro (6'3,285) red-shirted this past season. Bjuro played at Spanish Fort HS in Alabama with current Ragin' Cajun offensive lineman Grant Horst. Ian Bjuro will work at center and guard this spring.