Lafayette (La.) St. Thomas Moore three-star quarterback John Hundley can finally start to turn his attention fully to the recruiting front. His team lost in the state semifinals last Friday night and now with football behind him, he’s starting to think more and more about his future.
But looking at his past, it’s easy to see why college coaches like him. He threw for 1,845 yards and 24 touchdowns this season with only seven interceptions.
With recruiting, a new team has started to come in the picture some.
“SMU called for the first time the other day,” Hundley said. “I hadn’t heard much about them or even know where they were or who they were. The coach told me they’re coming out to see me some time soon, so that’ll be a good thing.”
With an offer from ULL in his pocket, those coaches are expected to make an in-home visit with him tomorrow. Coaches from LSU, Ole Miss and Texas A&M, though, looks like they’ve lost some interest in him.
“I’ve not heard from LSU in two weeks,” he said. “And the coach that was recruiting me at Ole Miss was fired, so I’m kind of up in the air with them.”