The accolades continue to pour in for members of the 2014 Louisiana Ragin' Cajun baseball team. Today, Perfect Game unveiled their All-American team and it had plenty of Cajun flare.

Junior second-baseman Jace Conrad, who has already been named to Baseball America's All-American first team and the ABCA team, was recognized as a first-team All-American by Perfect Game.

Conrad, drafted in the 13th round by the Tampa Bay Rays, finished the season with a remarkable .364 batting average, hitting nine homeruns and 39 extra base hits and 65 RBI. He was just as impressive in the field, committing only 3 errors all season and 11 in his three year career.

Joining Conrad on the first-team is junior outfielder Caleb Adams, who was also first-team All-American with Baseball America and a member of the ABCA team.

Adams was the Sun Belt batting champion this season, batting a ridiculous .381.  He finished the year with 36 extra base hits, including 11 homeruns and 42 RBI. Adams was drafted in the tenth round by Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Sophomore shortstop Blake Trahan, who is up for the prestigious Brooks Wallace Award, was named a second-team All-American by Perfect Game. He was also a second-team All-American for Baseball America.

Trahan finished the 2014 season with a .355 batting average, 4 home runs, 49 RBI, and 45 runs scored. He'll play with USA baseball Collegiate National team this summer.