Coach Mark Hudpseth and his staff are coming off back-to-back bowl wins and are hoping to cash in on the programs momentum in securing some of the top talent in the region. The Cajun's staff welcomed it's first group of recruits this month and hope to land a few of the top difference makers in the 2013 Class. Who are some of the top athletes in this weekend?
Scout #36 Safety Montreal Jordan
(6-3,180) Philadelphi HS, Miss had a motorcycle accident last summer and decided to attend camps before he was 100%. He ran a few bad times in the forty that sacred off a number of schools. Jordan has the potential to be an impact athlete when return backs to form.
Scout #115 DT Antonio McGhee
(6-0,270) Parkway HS,Bossier City is one of the top athletes on the defensive side of the football in this weekend. McGhee gave his verbal to Tulane
last June, but is no longer committed. McGhee had committed to Louisiana Tech
in May before flipping to Tulane. McGhee has not qualified yet.
Scout #91 TE Matthew Barnes
(6-3,227) Groesbeck HS, Texas is one of the top uncommitted tightends currently uncommitted. Barnes has from Air Force
, New Mexico
right now and was recently named Second Team 3A All-State Offense.
Scout #101 Safety Trevell Dixon
(6-1,195) West Saint Mary HS is one of Louisiana's top uncommitted athletes and could play cornerback or wide receiver at the next level. Dixon has offers from Southern Miss
and Arizona State
Scout #115 WR Scott Austin
(6-4,180) Biloxi HS, Miss. was committed to Mississippi State
but had a change of heart after he was told that he would be a grey-shirt. Austin is the second ranked WR in the 2013 Mississippi Class.
Athlete Elijah McGuire
(5-11,185) VandeBilt Cahtolic is one of Louisiana's top sleepers after blowing up as a senior with over 2,500 yards of total offense and 27 TDs. McGuire was named to the 4A All-State First Team and has recently picked-up a grey-shirt offer from LSU
Athlete Khaderal Hodge
(6-1,185) Mendenhall HS, Miss is another talented prospect that play quarterback this past season, but also can play at safety and wide receiver. Hodge camped at UL this summer and performed well. He has a big senior year passing and running the ball and wants the opportunity to play quarterback. The Cajuns may give him that shot.
Several other athletes have are set to visit this weekend and we will have more on UL's visit Sunday.
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns football staff welcomed a group athletes Friday night that include a number of difference makers. Come inside the Cajun Redzone to find out which athletes are on this weekend's visit list.
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns welcomed a solid group of athletes on campus Saturday morning