The Annual Bronco Football Spring Game
Come out and take a look at your 2017 football team.
Join the Zachary Athletic Foundation Board under the tent
for membership information and they will be selling sausage poboys & drinks.
Donovan Perkins signs with UTSA and Shyron White signs with Southeastern
Sportsline Player of the Week: Zachary's Braylon Jones (Week 4)
Senior running back Braylon Jones had an incredible 464 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns in the Broncos' 63-33 rout of Calvary Baptist.
For the Story
- Link to WAFB
Left to Right at the table
Aaron Celestine (Louisiana College), Terry Sullivan (Jackson State), Douglas Coleman (Texas Tech), Kellton Hollins (Texas Christian), Lindsey Scott (Louisiana State) and Cameron Carrier (Nichols State)
LSU QB commit Lindsey Scott eager to return focus to winning after recruiting whirlwind
The reasons for his eventual commitment to the Tigers, his final scholarship offer, were as varied as the questions he fielded Monday.
Or at least more varied than some fans might have expected.
"The relationship was always great. Coach Cameron kept in touch with us, and he was always there. We built a strong relationship over the past couple summers ... I always knew LSU had a great football team and a great football tradition, but the selling point for me was kind of getting on campus and seeing the things I was really impressed with, like the new engineering building that they're building and the academic foundation that they have over there.
Full Article and Interview Video - NOLA.com
Cameron Carrier, Nicholls State University
Aaron Celestine, Louisiana College
Douglass Coleman, Texas Tech University
Kellton Hollins, Texas Christian University
Lindsey Scott, Jr., Louisiana State University
Terry Sullivan, Jackson State University
Six Broncos will sign to play college football Wednesday, February 3.
Veiw video from WBRZ
ZACHARY, LA - Since decommitting from Syracuse Sunday, Zachary Quarterback Lindsey Scott has been a busy recruit.
Several Power 5 schools have extended an offer to the Louisiana Gatorade Player of the year like Maryland and Rutgers. But the biggest splash of them all has been LSU extending an offer to Scott Tuesday afternoon.
The 5A MVP, excited about the offer, but not putting the mystique of the hometown Tigers over other schools that have offered him a chance already.
For Scott, his decision will come down to not only football, but a multitude of things that will better his future.
National Signing Day is February 3rd.
Scott is part of the MaxPreps All-American first team that was announced Friday. Scott made the squad as an athlete and was considered for the MaxPreps National Player of the Year honor, according to a story published with the teams.
The Advocate Article
Add one more postseason honor on the stack of accolades earned by Zachary High School quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr.