Hahnville lineman invited to Rivals camp series
The Tiger tackle, who is ranked in the top 50 players in Louisiana, was invited to the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour. The camp, which was held in Houston last weekend, featured nearly 200 of the top players in the nation.
At the camp players performed position specific drills and were led by some of the best coaches in the region. The one-on-ones, in which Perrin battled against defensive linemen, were the highlight of the camps.
Perrin, who projects as a center in college, has already camped at both LSU and Alabama. He has received interest from Tulane, SMU, Louisiana-Lafayette, Ole Miss and Mississippi State, among others.
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