Louisiana senior quarterback Jordan Davis will not return to Louisiana for his final season. Davis announcing that he was leaving the team on twitter Thursday releasing this statement.
"I would like to first off start by saying I am very grateful and thankful for the University of Louisiana-Lafayette with providing me with the opportunities and the experiences that I have had within these past 4 years.
These memories and experiences that I have been through these past 4 years will stick with me for the rest of my life and I’m am thankful for the many relationships that have been built throughout my experience. I want to thank both coaching staffs: past, and present, with providing me with opportunities that I dreamed of. Y’all pushed me and developed me in many ways, not only as a football player, but as a man and I am better because of it.
To my teammates, this is was not an easy decision. I want to thank all of you guys for the many exciting and amazing memories we created together, I love all of you guys like my brothers and will keep everyone of you guys in my prayers. You guys are like brothers to me and will FOREVER have a special place in my heart. I know y’all will go on to do great things! I will always support you guys!
To the Ragin Cajun community! What an amazing tight-knit community with amazing people who genuinely care about the people within. I am so thankful to have been apart of this community. I’ve had so many amazing memories at Cajun Field because of you and will miss everything about it!
With that being said, I felt like this was the best decision for me and my future. I will be possibly transferring and furthering my education at another institution to get my Master’s Degree. I will always remember my Cajun family and the memories that l shared with the great people over here, I love and thank you all.
Jordan Davis #3"
Davis opened last season as the Cajuns’ starting quarterback before an injury pushed him into a quarterback carousel. In three years he threw for 1,649 yards, 11 touchdowns and 8 interceptions.
During Saturday’s Vermilion & White game Davis split reps with Andrew Nunez with the first team offense. Davis completed 9-13 of his passes for 117 yards, a touchdown and interception. Sophomore Levi Lewis led Louisiana with 275 yards passing and two touchdowns Saturday.