"I played middle linebacker last year, but we have a new defensive coordinator and so I'll be playing inside linebacker this year, since we're switching to a 3-4 defense," Muse said. "I'm 6-foot-0, 220 pounds right now and I think I can play linebacker or strong safety."
Muse said that he hasn't been timed in the 40-yard dash since his freshman year, but that he ran a 4.60 back then.
"I'm planning on going to some camps this summer," Muse said. "Hopefully at Louisiana-Lafayette and Louisiana Tech. TCU is a school that I like a lot. I'm benching around 320 pounds right now, with a squat of 540 pounds. I hold the school record in the shot put and I took first in the regional track meet with a 52-1."
Muse did even better at the state track meet (52-11.5) and he finished third in 5A behind Thibodaux's Greg Robinson and New Iberia's Dustin Edwards. As a sophomore linebacker, Muse recorded 80 tackles and picked off one pass -- and was named to the honorable-mention all-district team.