Leesville Athlete Waiting For Offers

Leesville High CB Devin Moran has shown his speed and athletic ability in the first two games of the season. Moran talks to the Cajun RedZone about his play and plans for the football season ahead.

Leesville High CB Devin Moran has quietly played in the shadows of his highly recruited teammates Michael Ford and Travante Stallworth, but the 5-9, 175-pound athlete has played well enough to make a name for himself amongst college football recruiters.

"Our first game was against Sam Houston high; I thought I played well in that game. I intercepted my first pass on the season and we played well on defense. Our second game this past week was against West Monroe and I finished the game with 9 tackles."

What was it like, to play at West Monroe in front of their fans?

"Man that was crazy! They really have a large following and the atmosphere during the game was unreal. We knew going in that West Monroe was a tough place to play and they were really big on the defensive line."

Devin worked hard during the summer, attending several football camps to improve his status as a football prospect.

"I attended camps at UL and Louisiana Tech this summer. At UL camp, I ran a 4.45 forty and at the Louisiana Tech camp I didn't run as well, I believe a 4.6 forty. The coaches really didn't say too much to me after the camps."

Devin has had several other programs contact him recently and stated that they will remain in contact with him.

"Tulsa and ULM have been in contact with me; with Tulsa being the most recent program to make contact with me. I haven't heard anything from UL or Louisiana Tech lately, so I don't know were I stand with them at this time."

Devin is interested in Civil Engineering as a major and is scheduled to retake the ACT in October. He scored a 16 on first take of the ACT earlier this year.

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