JUCO teammates C.J. Bates and Antoinne Adkins now face each other in practice _lowres

Advocate staff photo by BRAD BOWIE -- UL-Lafayette defensive back Antoinne Adkins, right, prepares to defend against wide reciver Dylan Bossier during practice last Wednesday morning. Bossier has left the program, the university confirmed Wednesday.

Junior wide receiver Dylan Bossier has left the Ragin’ Cajuns football program, the school confirmed Wednesday.

Walk-on offensive lineman Adrian Carmack, a Pensacola, Florida, native, is also no longer with the program, the school also confirmed.

The 6-foot-2 Bossier, a Teurlings Catholic alumnus, transferred to UL-Lafayette after a two-year stint at Jones County Community College in Mississippi, where he caught 32 balls for 510 yards last season. He was considered a three-star prospect and had interest from Auburn, Akron, Illinois State and Ohio. In his senior season at Teurlings Catholic, Bossier hauled in 56 passes for 962 yards and 13 touchdowns to earn all-district and All-Acadiana honors.

Bossier had spent time with the second and third units and had worked in as a kick returner, but hadn’t made a big impression during fall camp.

Two newcomers, walk-ons Jarred Turner and Joe Duhon, joined the Cajuns for Wednesday morning’s practice session.