Bulldogs dominate Roadrunners, 63-35
Almost four-hour lightning delay doesn't slow LA Tech in win
LA Tech defeated South Carolina State, 53-24, in a game that was delayed four hours due to lightning in Ruston
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2016: Saw action in 11 games, while making four starts on the season ... Totaled 17 tackles (11 solo, 6 assisted), one tackle for loss, an interception and three pass break-ups ... Recorded an interception in LA Tech's win at home over UTSA (11/12) ... Had a season-high six tackles at Middle Tennessee (9/24).
2015: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules.
2013 (Arizona State): Redshirted the 2013 season, did not play.
High School: Graduated from West Jefferson High School in 2013 ... Ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 65 wide receiver prospect in the nation and the state of Louisiana's No. 25 overall recruit ... Regarded by ESPN as the No. 127 wide receiver prospect in the nation ... Listed by Scout.com as the No. 171 wide receiver recruit in the nation ... Dynamic threat on offense and special teams ... After spending his junior season as a quarterback, switched positions as an unselfish athlete because of team needs ... Coached by Marcus Scott ... Went to Arizona State out of high school, initially choosing the Sun Devils over Baylor, Colorado, Florida International, Illinois, Louisiana Tech, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, TCU, Texas A&M and Tulane.
Personal: Ronald Lewis.
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