Two years ago, he caught 50 passes for 835 yards and eight touchdowns in then-head coach Keith Menard's spread offense.
This year he moved to RB in current head coach Brent Indest's ground-oriented scheme.
"It's a really fun position to play," he said when asked about being the feature back. "My best two games were against Westminster and Opelousas Catholic.
"In each game I had about 180 yards rushing and two touchdowns. My best receiving games were against E.D. White and Erath. I had 70 yards against E.D. White and 50 against Erath."
Bellefontaine is interested in following the footsteps of Gabe Fuselier, a Catholic-New Iberia 2014 WR and Cajuns commit.
"It's close to home and it's a D-1 school," he said of UL. "They've won two bowl games so far, and I have two friends (Fuselier and QB Jason Pellerin) with a UL offer. It's just a really nice place."
The 5-10, 175-pounder is ready to put in the offseason work after his junior season came to an end last night in a 34-33 loss to Calvary Baptist.
"I want to improve my speed and do well at camps and combines so I can get offers," he said.