HHS players named honorable mention all-state
Ford, a junior place kicker, scored 58 points for the Tigers by making 37 out of 38 PATs and seven out of nine field goals. Ford is currently ranked the No. 1 kicker for 2014 according to prokicker.com and was ranked on LSU site Dandy Don as No. 48 on Louisiana’s list of top prospects for 2014. He was the only kicker on the list of 100 players.
Perrin, a junior offensive lineman, was a big reason behind the Tigers ground game success last season. He is rated as the No. 43 player in the state according to Dandy Don and played tackle for Hahnville. According to 247 Sports, Perrin has already drawn interest from LSU, Ole Miss, Florida, Florida State and Tulane.
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