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Breaux Believes in Green Wave
"Coach (Curtis) Johnson is a good dude," said Devon Breaux. "He's honest. He'll tell you the truth and not just tell you something because he wants you to come to the school. "The offense is going to be good at Tulane. Coach Johnson says that with my talent, I should get on the field as a freshman. He says I can make it to the next level (professionally) and he's already familiar with the NFL." Breaux visited Tulane last weekend. "It was fun," he said. "I got along with the coaches. The talent level of recruits is high in this area (River Parishes and New Orleans). The coaches want to get players not to go out of state." Breaux is currently averaging 22 points on the basketball court for Donaldsonville. "I'm trying to win state in both the long jump and high jump in track," he said. "I'm not doing indoor - just outdoor. Last year, I won state in Class 2A in the high jump and finished second in the long jump. Now we're in 3A." Breaux threw for nearly 3,000 yards and rushed for just under 1,000 more as a senior. He's close to fellow Green Wave commit Fudge Van Hooser. "He and I get the recruits together," said Breaux of his and Van Hooser's relationship. "We got Jordan Batiste to commit. We're were the ones that were showing him around." Batiste, a three-star corner from Lutcher, committed to Tulane last weekend and began school as a mid-year enrollee a couple of days later. Breaux holds nine scholarship offers.
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