UL Ragin’ Cajuns RB Coach Jabbar Juluke Talks About His Coaching Journey, Impacting Young Men, & His End Game Before He Retires
New Orleans native Jabbar Juluke just finished his second season as Associate Head Coach/RBs Coach of the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns football staff.
Juluke was named the 2019 FootballScoop Running Backs Coach of the Year after leading Louisiana’s backs to the best rushing season in program history. His running back group broke school records in total rushing yards (3,604) and rushing touchdowns (42).
He had three running backs rush for over 800 yards led by Elijah Mitchell with 1,147 yards, Trey Ragas with 820 yards, & Raymond Calais with 886 yards along with getting drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 7th round.
Juluke has had stops at Louisiana Tech, LSU, & Texas Tech before arriving to Lafayette under head coach Billy Napier.
Before Juluke got into college, he was considered one of Louisiana’s top high school coaches during his time as head coach at Edna Karr High School. He compiled an 80-39 record that was capped by a perfect 14-0 mark and a Class 4A state title in 2012.
He also helped over 70 of his players earn college football scholarships during his head coaching career.
Coach Juluke did a zoom interview with G-Sportz about his coaching journey, impacting young men, & his end game before he retires.
We have seen different heroes in the different game fields. They leave a legacy that the next generation will use. It is an honor to read posts like this and apply the different lessons that we can get from this reading. There will be a great legacy that will help us to make a great change in this world. Let us trust the process and always aim for greatness. I know that we will be amazed by the results. Let us all unite for that great mission.
1/28/2023 11:16:10 pm
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