Adrian Goodacre is all about helping people out.

For the University of Louisiana Ragin Cajun offensive lineman, that philosophy extends to his time on and off the football field.

According to KLFY.com, Goodacre was recently part of a student mission trip to Haiti where he walked away so touched by the experience he decided to help a family raise money to rebuild the home they lost during an earthquake.

It’s that same spirit and sense of selflessness Goodacre takes to the field with him for the Ragin Cajun. 

The 6-foot-4-inch, 311-pound senior redshirt appeared in all 12 games as a junior and was considered a key contributor in earning his third letter. 

As a sophomore he appeared in all 13 games, starting one at right guard to give him three starts over his career.

The Carthage High grad was named first-team all-state by the Associated Press as a senior in high school, helping Carthage amass an average of 509 yards per game enroute to a state title and 15-1 finish. Goodacre was also tabbed as a first-team all-district and all-region selection.

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