Cajuns Add Two More Verbals After Weekend

Cajuns Add Two More Verbals After Weekend

Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns 2014 Signing Class grew to 21 commitments after Coach Hudspeth and his staff received the verbal pledges from two more athletes Sunday morning. Go inside the Cajun Redzone for the rest of the story!

Louisiana added the names of two familiar athletes to the commitment list of their 2014 Recruiting Class Sunday morning after receiving verbal pledges from East Los Angeles CC OLB Darzil Washington and Jennings High School Athlete Malik Williams.

Darzil Washington (6'3,240) committed to the Ragin' Cajuns prior to signing with Texas A&M out of high school in 2011. Washington redshirted his freshman season prior to enrolling at Eastern Arizona Junior College for one year in 2012. After playing one season at Eastern Arizona Junior College, Washington signed with Hawaii in the spring of 2013, but failed to gain entrance to the Rainbow's football program. He would eventually enroll at East Los Angeles CC in the fall of 2013, garnering all-conference honors after this past season. Washington was also recruited out of Eastern Arizona by Washington, Texas Tech and Memphis.

Washington was a 2011 graduate of West St. John High School in Louisiana, earning first-team all-district honors after recording 123 total tackles, including 30 for loss and 14 sacks, forced five fumbles and had three interceptions, including two returns for TDs. He played just one season at West St. John after transferring from Hahnville High School. He also earned the linebacker MVP award at the Ultimate100 Southeast, Atlanta Camp in 2010.

Jennings High School football phoneme Malik Williams (6'3,205) is an honorable mention all-state athlete and two time Jeff Davis all-parish athlete that runs 4.5 forty and is also a state high jump champion. Williams has led the Bulldogs in pass receiving yards and receptions the past two seasons. He also played corner back and safety this season; he could get looks on both sides of the football at UL. Williams has limited interest from FBS programs this January because of he has not met NCAA entrance requirements as of yet, but had interest from state schools including McNeese State and Southeastern Louisiana.

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