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LSUBrad5277
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re: QB Prospect 2014 Regan Edwards Glenbrook School, Minden La


Yeah he plays in the mississippi private school association.

Glenbrook, riverdale, river oaks, claiborne academy, prairie view, riverfield, tallulah, briarfield are the north louisiana school.

At least they were when i was in high school.






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Gus Tinsley
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re: QB Prospect 2014 Regan Edwards Glenbrook School, Minden La


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He plays at a very small private school and will agree the competition is very weak


Thats why he should have went to Evangel or a public school to play against better competition.
Tools are great but who you use them is vitally important.






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offshoretrash
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re: QB Prospect 2014 Regan Edwards Glenbrook School, Minden La


I've seen him play and he is pretty good. Don't know how they found that many fast white boys. They can put points on the board in a hurry.

They beat us pretty bad every year.








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BuhLeeDat
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re: QB Prospect 2014 Regan Edwards Glenbrook School, Minden La


My brother went to LSU camp and talked to Bo Baldwin. At the time he told my brother that it was LSU and Georgia on top of his list!





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CourseyCorridor
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re: QB Prospect 2014 Regan Edwards Glenbrook School, Minden La


I have to admit: I've never heard of Glenbrook. Are they an LHSAA school or are they in the Mississippi private school leauge? EDIT TO ADD: Never mind, it was answered while I was typing.

Is he getting any interest? I know the state is loaded with mid-level QB talent. Lots of good options in the next two years for state school types -- Brandon Bergeron, Damian Williams, Jay Christophe, Quentin Gibson, Connor Cronin, Joe Lissard, Donovan Isom, Kennon Fontenot (if he wants to play FB, I believe he can get an FCS/SBC schooly that will allow him to be football/baseball, although I still expect him to go to a bigger school to focus on baseball) Daniel Fitzwater, Tanner Lee (Tulane commit), Raymond Crochet, Glenn Cuillette -- so the competition is crowded. Here's to your brother standing out in the crowd.

I do think QB play in Louisiana is improving from a few years ago. Lots of good QBs, it's just lacking that REALLY good QB. If you're LSU, you are still probably looking outside the state. If you are Tulane, UL-Lafayette, McNeese, you probably feel like it's buyer's market.



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