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Many High School senior WR Drake Dye (Property of LAFM)

Recruit Video Interview: Many High School Recruits

Recruit Video Interview: Many High School Recruits

by Jace LeJeune

Many High School senior OG Joshua Glynn (Property of LAFM)

We have finished our 23rd annual magazine cover shoot, but this year marked the third straight year in which we have conducted both a North and South photo shoot. This year, we shot the North photo shoot at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches and we shot the South photo shoot at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge. Both events were really successful, and we would like to thank everybody who has helped us make both events so special for the players that were involved. Besides taking the photos, Louisiana Football Magazine’s owner Lee Brecheen and editor Jace LeJeune got the chance to talk to some of the top Class of 2020 players in the state of the Louisiana. Both Brecheen and LeJeune talked to the recruits about their top schools, goals for the upcoming season, hobbies, and so much more. For the next couple of months, we will post these video interviews that were taken at both photoshoot events!

In today’s recruit interview, we go to Northwestern State University where Lee Brecheen sat down with Many High School’s two senior leaders WR Drake Dye and OG Joshua Glynn!

Many High School: From 2016-2018, the Many Tigers have fallen just short of the state championship after winning the state championship in 2015. With a lot of talent coming back, the Tigers, led by Head Coach Jess Curtis, were determined to get past the semifinal round and get back to the Super Dome.

In order to do that, it was going to take more than DI talent for the Tigers to get to the state championship game. With seniors leadership from guys like WR Drake Dye and OG Joshua Glynn, the Tigers were able to take the extra step and accomplish the goals the team wanted to accomplish.

Both Dye and Glynn are unselfish unsung heroes for their team. Even though star underclassmen running backs Terrence Williams and Shamorian Wiseman combined for an incredible 4.000 yards and 55 touchdowns, it was Dye and Glynn’s blocking skills that helped make the difference in the Tigers’ highly talented running game.

Even though a lot of people may not notice both Dye and Glynn’s skills, Louisiana Football Magazine’s recruiting expert Lee Brecheen was high on both seniors at the beginning of the season placing them both on the second team All-North Louisiana team.

“Drake Dye is a big receiver in a running offense,” Brecheen said. “Again, Many is another team that doesn’t throw the football a lot, but they don’t have to because they like to ground and pound with two of the best running backs in the state this year along with a big offensive line as well as backed up by a good defense. This guy is a hidden gem because of that. When they do throw it, he is their go to guy. He has good hands and is more of a glider than a burner when he runs after the catch. This kid does time well with 4.49/40 speed, but he does need to watch his weight because he could move over to tight end one day.”

“Coach Jess Curtis and Many High School are running fools,” Brecheen said. “They are the running capital of North Louisiana and if you are recruiting an offensive lineman from that school, you would be getting a guy that is used to pulling and run blocking. Well, Joshua Glynn is one of those guys and has a chance to be a really good center in college.”

The Tigers finished with an overall record of 11-4 and although the Tigers did make an appearance in the Class 2A state championship game, it was not enough to win it all as the Ferriday Trojans finished as the Class 2A state champions.

In today’s recruit video interview, Louisiana Football Magazine’s Lee Brecheen catches up with two of Many High School’s top seniors to talk about their goals before the season along with their thoughts on falling short of the state championship the previous three seasons.

 

Hey football fans. Like our recruiting interviews, stories, and other content on our website? Click on our website daily to view articles on recruits, coaches, and so much more at our website: https://www.lafootballmagazine.com/. Also, we have exciting news that for the third straight year, we will have our North and South LA issues and both are now out! Both issues will continue to cover all the Louisiana colleges as well as all the high schools in state, but there will be 16 pages that will focus on North Louisiana as well as South Louisiana. For more information, please check the following link to where you can find the magazine in a store near you. Also, below are the two covers as well as where you can order both magazines on our website.

Store Link: https://www.lafootballmagazine.com/news/2019-louisiana-football-magazine-north-and-south-editions-now-available-in-stores-near-you/

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North Online Order Link: https://www.lafootballmagazine.com/product/la-football-magazine-2019-annual-preview-north-edition/

South Online Order Link: https://www.lafootballmagazine.com/product/la-football-magazine-2019-annual-preview-south-edition/

About Jace LeJeune

Jace is from Addis, LA but resides in Port Allen, LA. Jace attends Southeastern Louisiana University and is majoring in Journalism. This is Jace's third year as Associate Editor at Louisiana Football Magazine. He is also a graduate from Catholic High School in Baton Rouge where he was the editor of the school newspaper the “Bearly Published.” While at CHS, Jace also announced their football, basketball, and baseball games for the Bruin Broadcast Network which is the Catholic High’s streaming website for their events. On weekends, Jace is the PA announcer for his middle school football games. At home, Jace enjoys time with his family and friends. Besides being a huge football fan, Jace is also an avid NHRA drag racing fan.