When talking about the top players in the state of Louisiana, you can’t leave out the name of offensive tackle/tight end Adam Kraus. That’s because the 6-foot-6, 275-pound Kraus is racking up scholarship offers right and left.
Kraus said that he now has received offers from Colorado, Florida, Baylor, Tulane and Vanderbilt. His list of top teams is also a who’s who – consisting of Colorado, Michigan, Florida, Miami, LSU and Alabama.
At this point, Kraus lists Colorado as his top team and he has an idea of what he’s looking for in his perfect school.
“The overall strength of the program will be key,” he said. “I’m also going to look at the academics and I comfortable I feel at the school.”
Kraus only had a chance to catch 10 passes last season in an offense that featured mainly the run. However, that’s going to change quite a bit with new Brother Martin coach Wade Keiser in chard.
“Well, I’m new here and I’ve only been on board here for the past month, but I’ve been watching tape on him,” Keiser said. “He’s got great feet and he’s an explosive kid.
“They really didn’t throw much to him last year but the times they did throw to him he had nice hands and ran good routes.”