Belle Chasse senior Andrew Hicks will get to play quarterback one last time on Monday.
Hicks will play in the Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Classic, which pits standout players from Jefferson Parish against stars from Orleans Parish.
Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. at Tad Gormley Stadium.
Hicks’ next football action will be at receiver.
He committed to Tulane earlier this month and will transition to receiver.
“I think it will be a smooth transition for him,” Belle Chasse coach Stephen Meyers said. “He is 6-2, 195 and Tulane really likes him and they are hoping he helps them next year.”
Hicks has started the past two seasons for the Cardinals.
As a senior, he was more of a rushing quarterback in Belle Chasse’s option attack and finished with 1,372 yards and 19 touchdowns during the regular season. One of his best outings was a 303-yard performance against Carver. He threw three touchdowns in an offense that rarely put the ball in the air.
“He was our leader and a good player,” Meyers said. “We counted on him a lot. We are going to miss him a lot. The offense was centered around him, so any time you lose a kid like that, it’s going to be tough. But you hope new kids emerge.”
Hicks also had scholarship offers from Louisiana Tech, Northwestern State, Southeastern Louisiana and Southern Miss.
Hicks is one of five Tulane commitments on the rosters for Monday’s game. Other players committed to the Green Wave are West Jefferson defensive lineman Louis Wings, Belle Chasse defensive black Darius Black, Warren Easton running back Devin Glenn and Warren Easton cornerback Jeremie Francis.
Hicks is also one of four Belle Chasse players who will suit up for the Jefferson Parish all-stars.
He will be joined by Black and offensive linemen Blair O’Keefe and Carson McLellan.
Former Belle Chasse back Evian Sylve rushed 15 times for a team-high 85 yards in last year’s all-star game, a 20-18 Jefferson Parish victory.
John Ehret coach Corey Lambert is coaching the Jefferson Parish team, while De La Salle’s Ryan Manale will coach Orleans Parish.