More than 20 River Parish athletes sign to college football teams

Published 2:39 pm Friday, February 3, 2023

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RESERVE — Following a powerful 2022 football season that saw seven River Parish football teams in the LHSAA playoffs, several athletes from across the region announced their college choices and signed letters of intent on National Signing Day, observed February 1.


St. James High School

  • Jaden Aubert to Jones County Junior College
  • Cyler Christmas to Coffeyville Community College
  • Jace Philip to University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  • Kai Prean to Louisiana State University
  • Braye Therence to Grambling State
  • Kaden Williams to Austin Peay
  • Deshawn Jenkins to College of Sequoia


Destrehan High School

  • Jai Eugene Jr. to Tulane
  • Landry Cannon to Tulane
  • Kevin Adams to Tulane
  • Daniel Blood to Missouri
  • Lynard Harris to University of Louisiana Monroe
  • Rayquan Ducre to Centenary


Hahnville High School

  • Dakota Williams to LA Tech
  • Cincere Simmons to Southern Arkansas
  • Alavan Sam to Arkansas Tech

East St. John High School

  • Devin Davis to Alabama State
  • Cortez Fisher to Independence Community College
  • Hansen Johnson to Eureka College


Riverside Academy

  • Scott White to Nicholls
  • Cade Middleton to Blinn


Lutcher High School

  • D’Wayne Winfield to University of Louisiana at Lafayette