Perriloux has been assigned to VooDoo
NEW ORLEANS — Former LSU Quarterback Ryan Perriloux has been assigned to the VooDoo 2014 pre-season roster.
Perriloux (6-3, 210, LSU/Jacksonville State), a nationally heralded recruit and USA Today Offensive Player of the Year coming out of East St. John High School in 2005, signed with LSU to play quarterback.
In 2007, Perriloux started two games for an injured Matt Flynn. In the SEC Championship game against Tennessee, Perriloux went 20-of-30 for 243 yards with one touchdown. The win against Tennessee vaulted LSU into the BCS National Championship game against Ohio State.
In 2008, Perriloux transferred to Jacksonville State University and led it to an 8-3 season, throwing for 2,199 yards.
In 2009, he returned to Jacksonville State for his senior season and was named Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year.
Perriloux begins his AFL career on the Voodoo 2014 pre-season roster following a year with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. Perriloux also spent time with the NFL’s New York Giants and the UFL’s Hartford Colonials.
The New Orleans VooDoo will host a press conference today at Hooters in Metairie to introduce Perriloux to the New Orleans press.
In addition to Perriloux, VooDoo Head Coach Pat O’Hara will be introducing the 2014 VooDoo assistant coaches and will discuss the VooDoo 2014 season.