- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 5, 2014

RUSTON, La. (AP) - Louisiana Tech coach Skip Holtz says the Bulldogs are welcoming 21 new players for the 2014 season.

Holtz said Wednesday that 11 of his players are from Louisiana, which he sees as a sign of how Louisiana Tech is viewed in a state rich with high school football talent.

Tech has signed 12 players on offense, six on defense, one specialist and two who are classified as athletes, with their specific roles yet to be determined.

Holtz says the class addresses immediate needs on the offensive line with junior college players who’ll play right away. The class also includes several wide receivers with the potential to play next season.

Holtz also says quarterbacks Price Wilson and Alex Woodall will be expected to challenge for playing time.

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