St. Paul is a very talented 5A program that is load with junior and senior college prospects. Nathan Quick is a 6-4, 280-pound tackle that has had interest from Louisiana Tech and Southern Miss. But the big lineman has interest in the Ragin'Cajun football program as well. What did Nathan Quick have to say about his visit to Cajun Field?
"I like the UL program, said Nathan." "I like the coaches and the facilities. It's a solid program and it would be a nice place to play college football."
What other programs have shown you interest?
"I tripped up to Louisiana Tech, Quick said." "This was my second trip in to Lafayette at UL, and McNeese St. came by to watch me at practice last week. I have had some interest from Southern Miss. and Stanford, but I haven't heard from either lately."
Nathan attend several football camps this summer, what did the coaches tell him to work on?
"The main thing they told me to work on was my pass blocking and keeping my balance, said Nathan." "I've worked on improving my strength and staying low on run blocking."
In what area of blocking technique has Nathan improved on his senior year?
"I think my pass blocking has improved this season, Nathan stated." "Run blocking is my strength, but I really have worked on setting my feet and working on my balance to improve on pass blocking."
What did the Cajun coaches tell Nathan Quick about their interest in him?
"The coaches told me that they are going to watch me play and look at game film, Quick said." "I'm going to concentrate on the playoffs right now and focus on recruiting after the season."
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