The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns will apparently be adding a former starting offensive lineman at a Power Five school to their 2020 college football roster.

Zach Robertson, a former starting offensive tackle at Arizona St., shared on social media on Sunday that he has received a waiver approval from the NCAA granting him another year of eligibility, which he will play at Louisiana.

A native of Bellflower, California, Robertson Robertson attended Saint John Bosco High School, where he was rated as the #14 guard in the nation by 247Sports.

The 6-foot-6, 335-pound Robertson redshirted at Arizona St. in 2015, before appearing in nine games as a freshman in 2016.

As a sophomore in 2017, when current UL head coach and offensive coordinator Rob Sale were both at Arizona St., Robertson appeared in 12 games, including four as a stater, at both left and right tackle.

After playing in nine games as a starter in 2018, Roberts missed all but one game of the 2019 season due to personal reasons, which allowed him to seek the waiver from the NCAA.

The 14 Former Cajuns That Played MLB