Quave Talking Cajuns

Cajun Redzone Publisher
Posted Aug 16, 2010


Gautier TE/DE Mykhael Quave knew very little about Louisiana’s Ragin’Cajuns football program until older brother Daniel signed with the Sun Belt Program this spring. Mykhael has gotten a first hand look at the Louisiana campus this summer after helping Daniel move into the dorms, where do the Cajuns fit in Quave’s future?

With big brother Daniel Quave working his way through his first college football season at UL, the “6-5”, 255-pound Mykhael Quave is talking Cajun football every week. Mykhael knows his bother would really enjoy seeing him play for the Cajuns as well, but he is not ready to make any decisions just yet.

“Yea, we talk a lot about the Cajun program,” said Mykhael. “He really likes it down there, but said it’s very hot. He was suppose to call me tonight and let me know if he was going to redshirt or not, but I haven’t heard from him tonight. I’m really excited for him; he is looking forward to this season.”

Mykhael was able to get his first look around campus this summer while helping Daniel move into the dorms, what was his impression of the University of Louisiana?

“I had never been down to Lafayette, but the campus was larger then what I expected,” stated Quave. “Just from what I’ve heard, I thought it would be a smaller university and football program. I really liked the football facilities and campus; it looks like a nice place to play college football.”

Mykhael is currently holding offers from UL, Southern Miss and ULM; does he feel any pressure to sign with the Ragin’Cajuns because of Daniel?

“He really wants me to play with him in college at ULL,” Mykhael stated. “It would be great to be able to play together and have our parents come down and watch the games, but Daniel told me it’s my decision to make in the end. The Cajuns will be one of schools that I will visit in the fall.”

What did the coaches at UL tell Mykhael about playing for the Ragin’Cajuns?

“They told me I could come in and compete right away next season,” said Quave. “Coach Wingerter told me that Ladarius has one more season and I could learn behind him for one year. I’ve heard he is really good, so that would be a great situation to come into and learn.”

Mykhael wants to come in and watch the Cajuns play, but hasn’t decided on which game to attend.

“I really wanted to come in and watch the Oklahoma State game, but I realized it was on a Friday night,” Mykhael stated. “I’m going to come in and catch a game or two before taking my official visit down to ULL. I guess I will just have to record the Oklahoma State game and watch it later that night.”

The Cajun Redzone will continue to follow Mykhael Quave during the football season.


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