LA Tech defeated No. 25-ranked Navy, 48-45, to win the 2016 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
QB Ryan Higgins was voted the Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year
LA Tech won its third consecutive bowl game thanks to Barnes' 32-yard game-winning field goal as time expired against #25 Navy
Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. CT Friday, Dec. 23 at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas
Bulldog seniors finish careers in record-setting fashion
Photos from the 2015 Rivalry in Dixie game against Southern Miss
Louisiana Tech Football at UTEP
Photos from Louisiana Tech's game vs. North Texas
Photos of LA Tech's 2015 game at Rice
Photos from Louisiana Tech's 27-17 win over FIU
2015 Honorable Mention All-Conference USA (WR and KR)
2015: Battled through injuries to play in 11 games while registering 1,291 all-purpose yards, third most on the team ... Recorded 36 receptions for 774 yards and five touchdowns, five rushing attempts for 54 yards and a team-best 21 kickoff returns for 463 yards ... Returned one kickoff for 22 yards in season opener against Southern (9/5) ... Hauled in three catches for 41 yards while also returning five kickoffs for 129 yards against WKU (9/10) ... Hauled in six passes for 81 yards, while rushing the ball once for 12 yards against Kansas State (9/19) while also returning three kickoffs for 43 yards ... Caught two passes for 41 yards while also rushing the ball once for 11 yards and returning two kicks for 32 yards against FIU (9/26) ... Caught four passes for 88 yards against UTSA (10/10) ... Caught one pass for 55 yards that went for a touchdown against Middle Tennessee (10/24) ... Hauled in a career-high two touchdowns while racking up 115 yards, also a career high, on six receptions against Rice (10/30) ... Caught five passes for a career-best 162 yards against North Texas (11/7) ... Hauled in three passes, two of them for touchdowns, for 78 yards against UTEP (11/21) ... Caught five passes for 60 yards and returned six kickoffs for 124 yards against Southern Miss (11/28) ... Recorded one reception for 53 yards on opening drive of the game before leaving with an injury versus Arkansas State (12/19) in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.
2013: Redshirted 2013 season, did not play.
High School: A three-star athlete that graduated from McDonogh 35 HS in 2013 ... Ranked as the No. 28 recruit in Louisiana and the No. 50 Athlete in the nation ... Selected to play in the 2013 Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Classic ... Received first team All-State and first team all-Parish honors along with all-New Orleans area and all-district honors.
Personal: Carlos Henderson ... Has one older brother, Charles, who plays wide receiver for Utah ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Utah, Louisiana-Lafayette, Arizona State, Illinois, Memphis and North Texas ... Recruited by Jabbar Juluke.
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