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Posted On: 10/21/20 9:53 AM

A few of Louisiana’s top seniors will complete their high school careers in a different uniform this fall — including some intriguing prospects to have moved from out of state.

Here are nine such players to keep an eye on.

Malik NabersMalikNabers6'0" | WRSouthside | 2021StateLA — 6-0, 179 WR — Southside
Previously: Comeaux
Southside’s new 6-foot, 179-pound wide receiver is the unquestionably headliner of Louisiana’s list of notable transfer players. Interestingly, Nabers will be a part of the fourth-year school’s first graduating class, along with standout quarterback Dillon MonetteDillonMonette6'0" | QBSouthside | 2021StateLA and a talented Sharks offense. And that duo, athlete Jack PruittJackPruitt5'11" | ATHSouthside | 2021StateLA and the rest of the team would all stand to reap the benefits.

Eric Randall IIIEricRandall III6'1" | DBWoodlawn - Baton Rouge | 2021StateLA — 6-1, 183 DB —Woodlawn (Baton Rouge)
Previously: Baker
Eric Randall Jr. stepping down from his role as head coach at Baker set wheels in motion for a Baton Rouge area coaching carousel earlier this offseason. The former Southern University quarterback’s move across Baton Rouge also meant Eric Randall IIIEricRandall III6'1" | DBWoodlawn - Baton Rouge | 2021StateLA would join uncle March Randall, the former LSU quarterback, at Woodlawn. The transfer moves “E3” from a competitive Class 3A district to an

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