Lafayette (La.) Acadiana 2015 standout Bry'Kiethon Mouton stands about 6-foot-2 and 230-pounds. He plays tight end but has capabilities which make him an intriguing prospect who could play other positions on either side of the ball.
It does not take long to see his athleticism shine through on his sophomore highlight reel. There's the one-handed catch on the first play, the over the shoulder grab on the next, and as the highlights continue the more he catches the eye.
He catches the ball away from his body and shows some strong hands, but he also moves well and shows some surprising speed.
This summer he spent most of his time traveling with his AAU basketball team, where he is a shooting guard and a small forward, but he was able to attend an LSU camp.
"I was with the seniors a lot and we did a lot of 7-on-7s and 1-on-1s," said Mouton, who competed at tight end. "I was the only sophomore with the seniors so it was a good experience."
While he is a two-sport standout the college attention is coming on the football side, and there is no shortage of interest at this early point in the process.
"Alabama, LSU, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Florida State, Texas, Tennessee, Ole Miss…there's a lot of schools who are very interested in me right now," said Mouton.
Growing up in Louisiana it was hard to escape the attraction of Baton Rouge and the LSU program, but when it comes to the recruiting process he is keeping an open mind.
He has yet to receive his first offer but he feels confident about the feedback he has received early on in the process. He has reason for such confidence. He is afterall coming off a sophomore season which saw him earn First-Team All-Acadiana and Second-Team All-District honors.
In addition to his football honors he also earned Second-Team All-District honors on the basketball court after averaging 11.3 points a game as a sophomore.