Shreve’s Kendrick Law decides where he will play college football


Boo, whistle. That’s what I have to say today about Shreveport football star Kendrick Law’s decision to head east to play for the Alabama Crimson Tide.

As a die-hard LSU Tiger fan, I really hoped he would stay closer to home and play Death Valley for the Tigers. But he today announced his decision to sign a letter of intent to play for Nick Saban and the defending SEC champions.

I really can’t blame him too much. Alabama is a powerful football program. there is no doubt. Law had several opportunities. He has also received scholarship offers from Texas A&M, Florida State, LSU, Texas, and Arkansas.

CBS Sports reports It is listed as the # 87 Global Prospect by the 247Sports Composite Rankings. He is 5 feet 11 inches and 195 pounds. He is a versatile athlete who can play as a running back, wide receiver, defenseman or cornerback. He played ball in high school for the Captain Shreve Gators.

Gabe Brooks of 247Sports provided this scouting report on the Act:

Adequate height with good volume and an athletic build. Assembled as a running back or safety guard with the ability to play receiver or multiple spots in defensive back seven. Shows excellent stop-start ability and bursts of redirection. Displays impressive concentration, body control and adjustability in width.

Kendrick made several official visits before making his decision. He has stopped in Texas, Florida State, LSU and Alabama. He also received visits from several top coaches at the school, including Saban and new LSU coach Brian Kelly.

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