My No. 1 goal right now is to get stronger and faster in order to come in and compete immediately and get the defense better everyday.
I was not being actively recruited when the coaching change happened, so I cannot speak to that.
My No. 1 reason is it’s home and it’s an absolutely amazing coaching staff. I was born in Lafayette and have family in the area. It was too good of an opportunity to pass up to come home after 13 years to be coached by a great staff.
I want to grow as a player but also as a man. I think being surrounded by great coaches and older teammates is going to help me grow as a man.
The most exciting thing for me is being able to say I competed with the best of the best and accomplished a dream I’ve had since I could understand football.
My biggest question is how can I best contribute to the (Ragin’) Cajuns to help win more and more games.