Jules Sullen, 48, spent the last 10 years as the head coach at LaGrange High School in Lake Charles and was the head coach at Peabody High School in Alexandria for four years before that.
In his first year as Scotlandville head coach, Sullen is inheriting an exhilarating quarterback, senior Cameron Armstead. Armstead, who is replacing Warrick Dunn Award winner and UL-Lafayette QB Levi Lewis, passed for nearly 2,000 yards and rushed for another 800. Armstead accounted for 32 touchdowns last season.
"Basically an opportunity to get to work with some of the best young men in Louisiana," said Sullen. "Guys who have drive, tradition, and motivation. I think that's what every coach looks for, so I can honestly say it's truly a blessing to be here at Scotlandville."
Armstead will be throwing to a host of talented targets in Jalen Womack, Jontrell Taylor, Jacory James, and Jeremiah Harris.
On the defensive side of the ball, No. 77, William Myles, looks to eat up ball carriers and quarterbacks from the tackle position. Myles has an offer from Louisiana College but plans to have a few more before the season is over.
Sullen doesn't plan to make widespread changes, just a few tweaks to the team.
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