Cajuns On Quave's List

Cajuns On Quave's List

Louisiana's Ragin'Cajuns will be hosting yet another Quave on a recruiting visit from Gautier High (MS).

With Coach Hudspeth and a new staff taking over the Louisiana program, "6-5", 255-pound TE prospect Mykhael Quave wasn't sure he would have the opportunity to come in and visit the program in which his older brother Daniel plays football. But the senior from Gautier, Mississippi received the phone call he was waiting for from recruiting coordinator Reed Stringer right before Christmas.

"Coach Stringer called me before Christmas and told me the offer was still on the table from UL," Quave stated. "I didn't know what was going to happen once the previous staff was let go and I hadn't heard anything from them until he called. Coached asked me to come in on January 21st for my visit and we can visit Daniel while I'm in Lafayette."

Mykhael has taken several unofficial visits, including two trips to Lafayette to watch his brother play at UL.

"I came in to watch the Cajuns against Arkansas State and FIU," said Mykhael. "We were supposed to travel up to Monroe and watch the last game against ULM, but we couldn't make the trip. I know what UL has to offer in facilities and education, but I don't know what to think of the new staff at this point."

Quave has three other official visits set at Louisiana Tech, ULM and Southern Miss, but not all are offering him at the TE position.

"Both ULM and Louisiana Tech are offering me at the TE position," Quave stated. "Their coaches told me that they will sign two TE's in this year's class. Southern Miss has told me that they are offering me as an offensive lineman. Coach Stringer hasn't told me if the Cajuns are offering me at the tight-end position or as an offensive lineman."

With older brother Daniel at UL, are the Cajuns the program to beat for Mykhael's services?

"UL has a really good atmosphere and having Daniel there is a positive for them," said Mykhael. "We are very close as brothers, but Daniel has told me to do what is best for me; it's my decision to make in the end."

Mykhael Quave has met all NCAA eligibility standards and is qualified.

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