Regardless, Dartez did plenty on the field for the Class 4A Bulldogs, who reached the playoffs despite toiling in the brutal Lafayette-area district.
"I had around 60 tackles and two pick-sixes," he said. "Those were the two interceptions that I had...I returned both for touchdowns. One was against Breaux Bridge and one was against Beau Chene.
"I played strong safety as a junior, but I'm moving to free safety as a senior. I'm also going to play quarterback and running back. On defense, I can run down people and I hit people. I can also catch the ball and score. I'm 6-foot-1, 200 pounds, and I run a 4.46 in the 40-yard dash. I run track, but other than that, I'm just working on football year-round."
What are Dartez's favorite schools?
Dartez played alongside his cousin, UL signee Montrel Carter, the last few years. How did that work for him?
"It was good," said Dartez. "Montrel showed me a lot of things. He taught me a lot."