The GameTime Louisiana season kicks off with a battle between defending state champions: Acadiana vs Lafayette Christian – Friday, October 2nd at 7:00 pm CT.
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Defending State Champions Meet to Open Season
The Acadiana Wreckin Rams go on the road to take on Lafayette Christian. The Rams are the #1 ranked team in Class 5A and #2 ranked team in Louisiana. The Knights are #1 in 2A District 6 and #8 in the state.
Acadiana completed the school’s first undefeated season with an 8-to-3 victory over Destrehan in LHSAA Class 5A. It is the fifth state championship in school history. Going into the season, Acadiana loses a lot of offensive talent but returns some defensive stalwarts including DE/OLB Cam George.
Lafayette Christian won its third state title last year with a 41-14 beat down of St. Charles in the LHSAA DIII championship. The Knights are 39-2 over the last three seasons. In the new LHSAA alignment, this season Lafayette Christian moves into Class 2 District 6.
Players to Watch
Hometown Hero. Committed!🤟🏽⚜️❤️ pic.twitter.com/IPcP8Y0Sk3
— Cam George (@ctg_xliv) September 13, 2020
Topping the list for the Wreckin Rams is 3-star DE/OLB Cameron George. The 6’2″/240 lb. senior is 1st Team All-District, 2nd Team All Acadiana and All-State Honorable Mention. George received nearly two dozen offers but recently committed to the Ragin’ Cajuns of Louisiana.
Top 3! @Hayesfawcett3 pic.twitter.com/JwZOLjUAxp
— Sage “3 phase” Ryan (@sageryan15) September 18, 2020
Another Ram to keep your eye on is senior DB/LB Chris Celestine. He’s a transfer from Lafayette Christian and will be going up against his old team.
For the Knights, 5-Star safety Sage Ryan enters his senior season as the #2 rated player in Louisiana. He’s also considered the #1 safety and the 28th overall prospect in the nation. Ryan is a threat on both sides of the ball including special teams. He’s received offers from a who’s who of college teams including LSU, Alabama and Clemson.
The Knights also have several heavily recruited juniors including DT Fitzgerald West.