Brad Ceaser, a three-sport star and 1971 EHS graduate, played football, basketball and ran track.
“It all started for me at Charles Drew,” Ceaser said “Fred Alfred was my head coach and then I played two years for coach Joe Nagata at Eunice High School.”
“Coach Alfred said it takes concentration, dedication, and hard work to be a good athlete.”
“Those words motivated me when I crossed over to Eunice High School.”
He earned the Rotary Club award for the best EHS senior athlete and eared the Jimmy Meeks Memorial Award as the teams outstanding lineman.
Ceaser played on the offensive and defensive line and spent time at tight end.
Ceaser stated, “It didn’t really matter to me what position I was at, I just loved playing football.”
Ceaser earned defensive all-state honors his senior season.
He was the first Bobcat to be named to the all-state list since Jonny Barzaar in 1959.
Ceaser also earned outstanding defensive basketball player honors.
In track, he ran the 400-meters an threw the javelin.
Ceaser was a defensive end at Southern University before joining the Marine Corps.
When Ceaser left Southern and went into the military, he served overseas in Athens, Greece and Barcelona, Spain.
He then started working in the oil field and spent many years at Glendale Elementary as the school’s custodian.
Mr. Ceaser is currently enjoying retirement and his family.