"He's a good running back," said Doucette of Hilliard. "We need to stay correct with our responsibilities against them. Our defensive line will try to do its job and then I'll work on filling the hole and making good form tackles.
"We're going to work on giving it to him - punishing him - every time he touches the football and hopefully tire him out."
Earlier this year, Doucette broke the school record in the bench press by boosting 350 pounds and when college recruiters have visited the Cecilia campus to evaluate Carter, they've taken notice of the big junior.
"Montrel brought me to a few camps," he said, "and all the college coaches said that they want to see more of me. I'm hearing from Texas Tech, Texas A&M, and Louisiana-Lafayette. I'd like to hear from SMU."
Last week, Doucette recorded five solo stops in Cecilia's 17-7 loss to St. Louis Catholic. The Bulldogs are 1-1 on the year.