Joseph Brunson came to Lafayette this weekend with a clear purpose, earn an offer from Louisiana's…
Brunson Commits to UL
Anytime a player commits, it naturally leads you to ask one question, Why UL?
"Well I just have a great relationship with Coach Lovings. He is a great guy and this is all on him. He has been really good about talking my calls and keeping me posted. He told me about the other two players that they had that committed and I just decided I wanted to be part of that."
How did the conversation go with coach Lovings when you called?
"I called him up and told him that I was ready to be a Ragin Cajun. He was in a coaches meeting and put me on speaker phone. They were all so excited. Coach Hud said that getting me put us in a position to win a conference championship. I got to talk to all the coaches and it was a big relief."
Do you plan on making any more visits and what are your future plans?
"Oh yes sir, I am done. I will only visit UL. The only other thing I have planned is to get my teammates Kentrell Brice and Cyril Noland to join me in Lafayette."
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