Football: Seniors, Greats Honored At 2013 Ragin’ Cajuns Football Banquet
SENIORS, GREATS HONORED AT 2013 RAGIN CAJUNS FOOTBALL BANQUET
LAFAYETTE The most successful senior class in Louisiana Ragin Cajuns football history, along with many greats in the history of the program, were honored at the annual Football Banquet that was held last week at the Cajundome Convention Center.
The night saw the return of several Cajun greats, including Brian Mitchell, Jake Delhomme, Ladarius Green, Dwight Bentley and Michael Adams. Former Cajun great and NFL All-Pro Orlando Thomas, who is battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), was honored with the first-ever Orlando Thomas Courage Award with his high school coach, Louis Cook, accepting on his behalf.
Head coach Mark Hudspeth honored the 17-man senior class that won 30 games in a four-year period, that was capped by the Cajuns third consecutive victory in the R?L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, along with the school-record 11 Ragin Cajuns that earned All-Sun Belt Conference honors.
The following Cajuns were honored for the 2013 season:
Offensive Most Valuable Player Terrence Broadway Offensive Most Valuable Player
Andre Huval Defensive Most Valuable Player Justin Anderson Defensive Most Valuable Player
Justin Hamilton Special Teams Most Valuable Player Darryl Surgent Special Teams Most Valuable Player
John Broussard Offensive Newcomer Award Elijah McGuire Defensive Newcomer Award Corey Trim
Offseason Training Award Hunter Thibodaux,
Brandon Nash Defensive Lineman Award
Christian Ringo Linebacker Award Dominique Tovell Defensive Back Award
Trevence Patt Offensive Lineman Award
Daniel Quave Offensive Skills Award
Alonzo Harris Specialists Award Hunter Stover Special Teams Tackler Award Zack Bourque