University High School freshman-to-be Dylan Moses garnered a football scholarship offer from Notre Dame on Wednesday, according to a Twitter feed from his father, Edward Moses, Jr.
The 6-foot-2, 218-pound Moses emerged as one of the nation’s hottest young players a year ago when he was offered by LSU. Now the Class of 2017 recruit has a list of scholarship offers from 11 major Division I programs.
Alabama, Georgia, Auburn, Florida and Ole Miss are among the other Southeastern Conference schools that have offered Moses, who is scheduled to start at linebacker for the Class 3A Cubs in his first varsity season this fall.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association will honor Many High School cross country runner Derrick Small as its Sportsman of the Year and Archishop Hannan’s Morgan Manfre as its LHSAA Beyond the Game essay winner at the Louisiana High School Coaches Association’s Coaches Clinic next week.
The three-day clinic begins Tuesday at the Crowne Plaza in Baton Rouge. Small is being honored for his efforts to help another competitor who had an asthma attack at the LHSAA’s State Cross Country Meet last fall. Small ran off the course at Northwestern State to get medical help for the ailing competitor and then went on to finish his race.
Manfre won the LHSAA’s annual essay contest.
Morgan City lineman Darryl Johnson has committed to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, according to MCHS coach Dennis Lorio.
The 6-foot-5, 297-pound Johnson plays both offensive and defensive line for the Class 4A Tigers. Lorio said Johnson excelled at UL-Lafayette’s recent football camp and is being recruited as a defensive lineman by the Cajuns.
Jewel Sumner’s Devin King finished in a tie for sixth in the boys pole vault at the IAAF World Youth Championships at Donetsk, Ukraine, on Sunday.
King finished with a height of 16 feet, ¾ inch. The senior-to-be is the reigning Division II indoor and Class 3A outdoor champion. King was one of two Louisiana athletes who participated in the meet. Baton Rouge High’s Mikiah Brisco, who placed third in the 100 hurdles, was the other.
Pitchers Clay Moffitt and Hayden Mixon were honored along with hitters Nick Coomes, Hunter D’Armond and Simon Prevot, according to Catholic coach Brad Bass.
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