Dorsey, Doucet named Parade All-Americans Advocate staff report Two players with have excelled within The Advocate's south Louisiana circulation, Early Doucet of St. Martinville and Glenn Dorsey of East Ascension, have been selected to the 2004 Parade All-America High School Football Team. The versatile Doucet and Dorsey are committed to LSU and expect to sign with the Tigers today. Both players were part of The Advocate's Super Dozen, which was published in January. Doucet played several positions, including quarterback, while leading St. Martinville to the Class 4A quarterfinals in the fall. Doucet makes the Parade squad as an all-purpose player. As a senior, Doucet rushed for 850 yards, passed for 750 yards and had 300 yards receiving. He finished his career with 7,104 all-purpose yards and 79 TDs. Dorsey, a defensive lineman, also started on the offensive line, helping EAHS also advance to the 4A quarterfinals. Dorsey was a two-time MVP of The Advocate's All-Metro team and the Class 5A defensive MVP in the fall. He compiled 59 tackles, including four sacks despite missing 21/2 games because of an ankle injury.