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Louisiana High School Mr. Football

1995-2013
 YEAR PLAYER  SCHOOL  POSITION 
 2014      

2013


Leonard Fournette 

St. Augustine 
 
RB
 
2012


 John Diarse

Neville 

QB
 
2011

Landon Collins 


Dutchtown 

 DB

2010

 Anthony Walker

 O. P. Walker

DL

2009

Gavin Webster

Lutcher

QB

2008

Blake Matherne

Belle Chasse

QB

2007

Randall Mackey

Bastrop

QB

2006

Joe McKnight

John Curtis

RB

2005

 Charles Scott

 Jonesboro-Hodge

 RB

2004

 Ryan Perrilloux

 East St. John

 QB

2003

 Chris Markey

 Jesuit

 RB

2002

 Robert Lane

 Neville

 QB

2001

 Jason Miller

 Iota

 RB

2000

 Byron Robertson

 St. Thomas Aquinas

 RB

1999

 Brock Berlin

 Evangel Christian

 QB

1998

 Bradie James

 West Monroe

 LB

1997

 Adam McConathy

 West Monroe

 LB

1996

 Travis Minor

 Catholic (Baton Rouge)

 RB

1995

 Cecil Collins

 Leesville

 RB



Louisiana High School Mr. Football by Position
 POSITION  NUMBER
 Running Backs  8
 Quarterbacks  7
 Linebackers  2
 Defensive Lineman  1
 Defensive Back  1



 Mr. Football

Year

 College Career

NFL Career 

 Leonard Fournette 2013   LSU  
 John Diarse 2012   LSU
Landon Collins
2011

 Alabama


 Anthony Johnson

2010 

LSU

 

Gavin Webster

2009


South Eastern Louisiana

None

Blake Matherne

2008

Nicholls State

None

 Randall Mackey

2007

 East Mississippi Community College/Ole Miss

 None

 Joe McKight

2006

 USC

 N.Y. Jets

 Charles Scott

2005

 LSU

 N.Y. Giants

 Ryan Perrilloux

2004

LSU, Jacksonville St.

 None

 Chris Markey

2003

UCLA 

None 

 Robert Lane

 2002

 Ole Miss

 None

 Jason Miller

2001

McNeese St.

 None

 Byron Robertson

 2000

 None

 None

 Brock Berlin

 1999

Florida, Miami(FL)

Miami, Dallas, St. Louis

 Bradie James

1998

 LSU

 Dallas

 Adam McConathy

 1997

LSU, Texas, LA Tech 

 None

 Travis Minor

1996

Florida St.

 Miami, St. Louis

 Cecil Collins

1995

LSU, McNeese

Miami


  • Cecil Collins rushed for 7,833 yards in high school.
  • Travis Minor finished his high school career with 4,706 rushing yards and 52 touchdowns, and 62 receptions for 1,344 yards and 20 touchdowns.
  • Brock Berlin completed his prep career 45-0 as a starting quarterback and ranked number two all-time in national prep history with 964 completions in 1,467 attempts (65.7%) for 13,902 yards with 145 touchdowns and just 33 interceptions.

Cecil Collins - 1995 Mr. Football
 




Travis Minor - 1996 Mr. Football




Adam McConathy - 1997 Mr. Football







Bradie James - 1998 Mr. Football






Brock Berlin - 1999 Mr. Football





Byron Robertson - 2000 Mr. Football









Jason Miller - 2001 Mr. Football






Robert Lane - 2002 Mr. Football






Chris Markey - 2003 Mr. Football





Ryan Perrilloux - 2004 Mr. Football







Charles Scott - 2005 Mr. Football






Joe McKnight - 2006 Mr. Football







Randall Mackey - 2007 Mr. Football


 

 

 

Blake Matherne - Mr. Football 2008

 

 

 

 

Gavin Webster - 2009 Mr. Football

 






Anthony Johnson - 2010 Mr. Football

 

 

2011 Mr Football - Landon Collins and MOM
 




2012 Mr. Football - John Diarse

 




Leonard Fournette - 2013 Mr. Football


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