Six Seniors Sign to Play College Football
Catholic High Seniors Matthew Broha, Thomas Broussard, Henry Minor, Jason Peters, Logan Roubique and Jeremy Stewart have signed to play collegiate football in 2007.
Matthew Broha has committed to Louisiana Tech. A defensive end for the Bears, Broha was named to the All-District and All-Metro teams and was honorable mention All-State. He was the co-defensive player of the game in the All-Star Bowl Game.
‘I like the academic program at Louisiana Tech,’ commented Broha. ‘The football program is great and they have outstanding coaches starting with Head Coach Dooley. I also believe I will have an opportunity to play early,’ added Broha. He will be playing defensive end at Tech.
Broha is the son of Kathy and Max Broha and plans to major in business.
Thomas Broussard is headed to Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Broussard played free safety at CHS and was a punt returner. He was All-District, All-Metro and All-State and was co-defensive MVP with Broha in the All-Star Bowl.
‘I could picture myself in the environment at Samford. It is like home,’ commented Broussard. ‘The academics are great and you have one-on-one with the teachers, very much like CHS,’ added Broussard. He believes he will have the opportunity to play next year as free safety and on special teams.
Broussard is the son of Darlene and Thomas Broussard and is undecided about his major.
Henry Minor has signed to play at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas. Minor was a running back, receiver and cornerback for the Bears and received the Most Improved Player at the CHS Sports Convocation.
‘Central Arkansas has one of the highest rates of student-athletes to graduate,’ commented Minor. ‘They have great academics and a great coaching staff,’ added Minor. He plans to play running back and receiver for UCA.
Minor is the son of Jeannetta Minor and Henry Minor and is undecided about his major.
Jason Peters has committed to Georgia Tech. Peters, the Gatorade Circle of Champions Player of the Year for Louisiana, was All- District, All -Metro MVP and All- State. He was also named to the 5A All-Academic Team.
‘I believe in the program and the people I will be working with at Georgia Tech,’ commented Peters. He will continue to play defensive end at Georgia Tech.
Peters is the son of Monica and Douglas Peters and will major in biology.
Logan Roubique has signed with the University of Central Arkansas. Center for the Bears, Roubique was All-District, All-Metro and All-State. He was honorable mention in Class 5A All-Academic Team.
‘UCA has a great pre-med program,’ commented Roubique. ‘In football, I can be a part of a program that will be successful every year,’ added Roubique. He will play center at UCA.
Roubique is the son of Melanie and Rodney Roubique and he plans to major in biology or chemistry.
Jeremy Stewart has committed to Stanford University in Palo ‘Alto, California. Stewart was a running back for the Bears and was All-District, All-Metro MVP, All-State honorable mention and Class 5A All-Academic Team.
‘Stanford has a great combination of academics and athletics,’ commented Stewart. ‘I want to be a part of helping to turn the program around,’ added Stewart. He will be playing running back for the Cardinals.
Stewart is the son of Gloria and John Stewart. He plans to major in engineering.
Since 1988, Catholic High has had 93 graduates sign to play collegiate football.