Ryan Zeller is familiar with the Cajun football program after attending a home game last fall against Arkansas State. The 6-4, 265-pound Zeller also plans on attending the Cajun prospect camp later this summer.
"I visited last season for the Arkansas State game, said Zeller." "I enjoyed the atmosphere and had the chance to look at some of the facilities; I definitely could see myself playing at Cajun Field."
Zeller was a member of All-District 7-4A team last season and has plans to work on improving his footwork and getting stronger.
"I plan on attending summer camps at LSU, Tulane, Mississippi State, Texas, Texas A& M and UL, Ryan said." "I attended Junior Day at LSU, UL and Louisiana Tech on April 11th."
Ryan has a 2.5 GPA and took the ACT test on February 7th. Zeller does have a major in mind for his college education.
"I'm interested in being a history major right now, said Ryan." "I would like to teach and coach as well once I graduate."
Ryan Zeller will get plenty of attention this summer, as he already has his first scholarship offer from Louisiana Tech.
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