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Four CHS Seniors Sign Letters of Intent to Play Football at the Next Level

On Wednesday, February 2nd, National Signing Day, four CHS seniors signed their letters of intent to play college football. Head Coach David Simoneaux led the celebration and shared compliments on each player. 

Jordan Toaston, McNeese 

"Our defense was one of the most dominant in the state, and it started with the guys up front. Jordan reeked havoc on passes this year, and gave us a lot of tools in terms of what we asked him to do inside of our scheme. You've earned this opportunity, man. Congratulations."


Corey Singleton, United States Military Academy West Point 

"Corey is a guy who led an explosive offensive unit and clenched the 1,000 yard mark this season. I can vividly remember his 98-yard- run against Our Lady of Good Counsel. He just muscled his way into the secondary and out-raced everybody to the touchdown. That run gave courage to everyone on our team right before the half. We appreciate your commitment to going to serve our country. We are proud of you." 


Kylan Dupre, Nicholls 

"Kylan changed so many games for us with his powerful leg. The way he approaches his work and his attention to detail each day, the way he studies his craft is what separated him from the pack. I've never seen a kicker work so hard and do the things he does to develop his body. I know those things are going to pay off dividends to him at Nicholls."

Wes Woodward, LSU (PWO)

"He's a guy who battled tremendous adversity going into the season. He defied the odds and played dominant football down the stretch and in the playoffs. He faced a coaching change, a position change, multiple major injuries-- hand, shoulder, broken bones-- it didn't deter him. His desire to get back on the field and his grit allowed him to come back on such a short time table. Wes, I can't wait to see you in the purple and gold." 



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