Lafayette, LA- After the first undefeated season in ULL history, and a win over traditional power Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, expectations are high for the Ragin Cajuns this year. ULL starts the season ranked just outside the Top 25, and returns many of their stars from last seasons squad. Coach Jenkins is excited about this group of players and expects them to lead the Ragin Cajuns to another excellent season. At QB Terrance Broadway is back for his senior season. Broadway threw for 2500 yards and rushed for 1000 more last season, and he is hoping to build on his success. Brooks Haack improved under the tutelage of new offensive coordinator Paul Petrino, so depth at QB has greatly improved this season. The top 2 RB for last season come back this year, Alonzo Harris topped 1500 yards and scored 17 TD's, and the 3rd 1000 yard rusher for ULL Effrem Reed returns as well. Torrey Pierce is hoping to get a few more carries this season too. He looked like the most explosive back on the roster in last season's Fiesta Bowl. ULL hopes to pass the ball a little more this season, but look for both of the top backs to close in on 1000 yards with Harris exceeding last season's total. The WR will look vastly different from last seasons corp. The top 4 WR are all big, with the smallest wideout being #1 WR James Butler at 6'2" 205. The other 3 are all 6'3" or better. There's a little more speed with redshirt freshman Scott Austin making his debut this season. And since everyone wants a short quick white guy at WR ULL has 5'7" Adam Savoie in the #5 slot. On the OL 4 of the 5 starters from last season return, Jarad Martin is the unquestioned leader of the group, and along with Daniel Quave and Terry Johnson headline a very solid (for the Sun Belt) offensive line. Last season the Cajuns totaled more than 6500 yards of offense, and the OL was a major reason. They should be better this season. Following the theme the defense should be even better than last season. ULL led the country in rushing yards allowed, and finished in the Top 40 overall, last season the strength of the defense was the LB, but this season it looks to be the DL. Redshirt senior Christian Slager is a bit undersized, at 6' 222 pounds, but he should be a very effective speed rusher this season. In the middle of the DL is 2nd team All-American Christian Ringo, and 6'3" 332 pound Justin Hamilton. The front 4 should be a challenge for every team they face, and should create some havoc. The key word at LB is speed. Jake Molbert (87) Tyren Alexander (84) and Boris Anyama (82) will be able to run with any TE or RB in the Sun Belt. Molbert has a chance to make the NFL draft with a good season it'll be interesting to see how he does. The defensive backfield will be solid if unspectacular, but their experience should help them be a difference maker in most ball games. The Cajuns will start 2 juniors and 2 seniors in the back 4.