WarhawkNation caught up with ULM commitments Casey Narcisse of St James and Daniel Hanson of Lone Oak to talk visits and their future roles as Warhawks.
Narcisse, a 6'0 285 pound nose tackle was on campus last weekend for his official visit. "I had a wonderful time, ate lots of food", joked Casey. I was on an unofficial last year and didn't really get to check as much as I would have liked. This was good for me, it really confirmed that I made a good choice in ULM".
Narcisse was being recruited by ULM defensive line coach and co-defensive coordinator Manny Michel. "We watched some film together and talked about shifting on the line of scrimmage, it really fits my style of play. I tell you want impressed me the most. Coach Weatherbie took his time out to give myself and the other visitors the campus tour".
Casey has a 2.8 core GPA, will enroll this summer, and look to earn a degree in Computer Science. Casey was named the Class 2A most valuable player for 2007.
Lone Oak standout Daniel Hanson took his official visit back when the Warhawks hosted Arkansas State. "Everything has been going real good", said Hanson. The coaching staff stays in contact with me every week. Hanson is the 24th ranked player in the nation at the center position according to the most recent scout.com rankings.
"That is what ULM is recruiting me for, to play the center position. Coach Farmer would like to red shirt me my first year on campus but said if I come in and just blow everybody away I could earn some playing time".
As far as Hanson's recruiting he says team like North Texas and SMU have been contacting him but says he is a solid commitment to ULM. When Hanson (6'2 290) was on his unofficial visit to ULM he benched 225 19 times before being asked to stop and ran a 4.84 40 time.
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