Ryan Armwood Episcopal Baton Rouge
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Posted On: 10/29/20 6:28 PM

Louisiana produces more NFL players per capita than any other state in the country.

But, for a less metropolitan state than counterparts such as California, Texas or Florida, several prospects can slip through the recruiting cracks longer or even entirely.

Here are 10 prospects still awaiting their first college offers entering their senior seasons.

Jacoby BellazarJacobyBellazar5'10" | ATHCapitol | 2021StateLA — 5-10, 155 ATH — Capitol
The 5-foot-10, 155-pound Capitol star looks electric on his junior film and his new coach Corey Brownfield, a former college athlete who has worked around several notable prospects as an assistant at Southern Lab, beams about his potential. Bellazar was explosive in all three phases last season and figures to be so again in his final high school season.

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Ryan ArmwoodRyanArmwood5'10" | ATHEpiscopal - Baton Rouge | 2021StateLA — 5-10, 168 ATH — Episcopal (Baton Rouge)
The explosive 5-foot-10, 168-pound athlete earned District 8-2A MVP honors as a junior for Episcopal (Baton Rouge) at running back. And while one of the biggest questions has been whether he might transition to another position in college, he has expressed enthusiasm about working more at cornerback or

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