LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Coming off a second-straight bowl victory, Louisiana-Lafayette coach Mark Hudspeth says he's signed the most talented class in Louisiana-Lafayette's history.
The class consists of 22 players, including 18 from high school and four junior college players.
Seven of the recruits are from Louisiana. The Cajuns also added five signees from Florida, four from Mississippi, two from Georgia and one each from Texas, Arkansas and Alabama.
Hudspeth says a pair of junior college cornerbacks, Cedrick Tillman and Corey Trim, will play right away.
In all, Louisiana-Lafayette brought in six defensive backs, four offensive linemen, and two players each at wide receiver, tight end, running back, defensive line, linebacker and kicker.
Hudspeth says he did not sign a new quarterback because he's comfortable with the Cajuns' depth at that position.