New Orleans area High School coaches got together for a meeting on Thursday to discuss the recruiting process but there was no talk of a potential boycott of LSU, according to The Advocate.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron met with a two high school coaches on Friday and was told there would be no boycott but that they would like more communication with the Unversity.
Two of the coaches, Edna Karr head coach Brice Brown and McDonogh 35 assistant Frank Daggs, met with Orgeron on Friday, holding a “productive” discussion with the coach about the future of his recruiting in New Orleans and pledging the support of NOLA football coaches.
“There will be no boycott of LSU in any fashion,” Brown told The Advocate Friday. “We just got done with a meeting with Coach Orgeron. We just want more communication with LSU. This meeting just solidified that.”
Daggs and Brown both explained that the meeting that took place was for them to discuss "the recruiting process for their kids" and also to start an association down in New Orleans for the coaches.
“We were talking about the recruiting process of our kids,” Daggs said. “We wanted to make sure our kids are academically eligible by their junior year so they’ll be able to go to LSU or Tulane or wherever. We did not talk about any of the staff changes or anything like that.”
“The basis of the meeting was to start an association in New Orleans for our coaches down here,” Brown said. “We really got a lot accomplished with that. We knew, as coaches from the New Orleans area, we need to get together and get stronger and better.”