HAMMOND — Redshirt freshman Jae Cutno caught five passes for 75 yards and three touchdowns, while quarterbacks Brian Young and Nathan Stanley each tossed a pair of touchdowns to lead the Southeastern Louisiana University football team in its second scrimmage of camp Saturday morning in Strawberry Stadium.

Cutno, a former Central High standout caught TD passes of 21 and 10 yards from Stanley before grabbing a 29-yard scoring pass from Young.

Jarrett Johnson added the fourth touchdown of the day on a 61-yard pass from Young.

All-America candidate Simmie Yarborough played the first series while Brandon Collins was held out. That opened the door for Cutno and Johnson, who sparked a passing attack that threw for a combined 25-for-40 for 322 yards.

Johnson, a converted defensive back, caught a pair of passes for 84 yards while former Springfield standout Zeke Jones, former Catholic High standout Blane Arnold and Tre’ Vaughn caught three passes each.

“The strength of our team is our group of receivers,” Southeastern coach Mike Lucas said in a university release. “It just shows the depth of our receivers and the ability that our quarterbacks have in throwing the football. I think we’re going to be able to throw it on a lot of people.”

Young, who finished 10-for-13 for 182 yards, led the No. 1 offense before freshman Ryan Adams booted a 34-yard field goal.

Stanley, an Ole Miss transfer, finished 12-for-18 for 125 yards. The 6-foot-5 junior completed seven straight passes in one stretch, including a 37-yard strike to Kory Theodore down the right sideline.

Blaine LeBlanc led Southeastern rushing with 20 yards. freshman C.J. Patton finished with 15 yards on four carries.

Southeastern registered four sacks on defense while freshman Givonni Dent intercepted a pass.

Beau Mothe averaging 44 yards on four punts, including a 53-yarder on his final attempt.

Matt McCormick averaged 46.5 yards on two punts, including a 51-yarder.