QB Ryan Higgins was voted the Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year
The Bulldogs led Conference USA with seven first team selections
The two teams combined for 1,163 total yards in the C-USA title game
Louisiana Tech fell to WKU, 58-44, Saturday in the 2016 C-USA Championship Game
LA Tech defeated UTSA, 63-35, Saturday at Joe Aillet Stadium in Ruston
2016 All-Conference USA Honorable Mention
2016 Second Team All-Louisiana
2016: Played in all 14 games for the Bulldogs ... Had 19 receptions for 288 receiving yards and three touchdown catches, while also rushing the ball 15 times on the season for 32 yards and seven rushing touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ goal line package ... Scored two touchdowns in three different games against Texas Tech (9/17), FIU (10/22) and WKU (12/3) ... Had a career-high 57 receiving yards on two catches against WKU (12/3) in the C-USA Championship Game.2015: Played in all 13 games, totaling 22 receptions for 268 yards while also posting one rushing attempt on offense ... Also tallied two tackles and a forced fumble on special teams ... Made first career reception for a gain of 20 yards against Southern (9/5) ... Caught three passes for 38 yards against WKU (9/10) ... Caught four passes for 39 yards and carried the ball for the first time for a gain of two yards against Kansas State (9/19) ... Caught two passes for 22 yards against FIU (9/26) ... Caught two passes for 22 yards against ULL (10/3) ... Hauled in four passes for a career-high 68 yards, while forcing a fumble and recording two tackles against UTSA (10/10) ... Caught one pass for 16 yards against Mississippi State (10/17) ... Caught two passes for 10 yards against Middle Tennessee (10/24) ... Hauled in one reception for eight yards against Rice (10/30) ... Caught two passes for 37 yards against UTEP (11/21).
2014: Redshirted the 2014 season, did not play.
High School: Graduated from East Feliciana High School in 2014 ... Lettered in football and track ... Led team to a 6-5 mark his final season ... Due to age limitations imposed by Louisiana High School Athletic Association, was unable to compete his senior year ... Ranked as the No. 31 player in the state of Louisiana by NOLA.com ... Coached by Cedric Anderson.
Personal: Kameron McKnight ... Son of Carey McKnight and Lisa Hudson ... Born on Dec. 22, 1994 in New Orleans ... Is the middle child with two brothers: Carey Jr. and Joshua ... Older brother, Carey, played football at Alabama State ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Miami, Southern Miss and ULM ... Recruited by Joe Sloan.
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