Louisiana DB holds first offer

GEISMAR, La. - No matter what side of the ball he played in high school, New Iberia (La.) Catholic prospect Ryan St. Julien has cooked up recruiting interest because of it.
Playing as a receiver and a defensive back, the 6-foot-1, 156-pounder, says that he's looking at being a defensive player on the next level. With an offer already in hand from Louisiana-Lafayette, he's starting to look over all of his options and at which schools could offer next.
"I'm also getting letters from LSU, Ole Miss, Auburn, and Nebraska," St. Julien said. "I don't really have a favorite. I'm just still looking over my options."
St. Julien took an unofficial visit to the LSU and Auburn spring games.
"It was nice to compare two SEC schools and see the differences that they have," St. Julien said. "Those were the two main trips that I was looking forward to. I don't have anything real soon coming up."
The only summer plans that the Louisiana prospect has is to possibly attend camps at LSU, Auburn, and Ole Miss. When St. Julien gets there, he'll be showing his skills as a cornerback.
"I kind of prefer DB because I like to cover more," he said. "That's where I'm more highly recruited as too."