"My official visit to Tech last weekend went really well. They answered a lot of questions that I had, and I'm really interested in Tech. I like Ruston because it's not too big and not too small, and they have great people there and a great program. I like the staff and I'm highly-interested. They're recruiting me as an athlete, although I'll likely play corner if I go there."
What does Abraham like about UL and McNeese State?
"UL has a new coaching staff and I'm very interested in them," he said. "I think they're going to have a good program with these coaches coming from Mississippi State, and Lafayette is a good place to be. They're recruiting me as a slot receiver.
"McNeese has a great coaching staff, a winning tradition, it's a nice place, and it's close to home."
What position would Abraham prefer to play, and when is he thinking of making a decision?
"The position doesn't matter," he said. "I'll play wherever I fit best and do whatever helps the team. I just want to play. I might make my decision soon, or I might wait and take all of my visits. I'm really considering Tech."
Abraham played QB for Jennings, which finished the season with an 8-3 mark. The Bulldogs drew a rough first-round foe in defending state champ Neville, which outlasted Jennings in a 49-43 shootout.
With Abraham under center, Jennings' explosive offense scored more than 40 points on seven occasions, including a 61-point outburst vs. Livonia.
"I had 22 touchdowns and over 1,400 yards for the season," said Abraham. A highlight that comes to mind is a punt return for a TD that I had in a district game. They just put me in there (unexpectedly) at punt return and I scored.
"I just enjoyed playing with my teammates. We had a good overall season."