LA Tech head coach Skip Holtz praises Jarred Craft after pro day workout
Louisiana Tech football held their pro day in Ruston Thursday afternoon with ten Bulldogs listed as participating.
One of those on the turf at Joe Aillet Stadium was Haughton product Jarred Craft.
He was sneaky productive for the Bulldogs in his four-year career with a very impressive junior campaign that saw the former Buc gain more than a thousand yards for nine scores including 42 receptions for four touchdowns.
With NFL scouts looking on head coach Skip Holtz offered his view of the Bulldog back.
“Impressive. I mean here’s a young man who came in and played four straight years. Came in right out of Haughton right down the road. Came off an ankle injury his senior year, a lot people weren’t really sure what to expect, but I think Jarred made his way not just because he wowed everybody with his talent, but he wowed everybody with his work ethic and his toughness,” Holtz said.