Last year with the Pirates, Louis-Jean appeared in eight games making nine and a half tackles along with breaking up one pass. He also had three assists in the Pirates playoff game in Carolina.
The 6’2”, 190 lbs. DB was born in Boston and grew up in Brockton, MA. At Brockton High in 2010, he was a Super 26 All-State selection and earned honors as a defensive back from the Boston Globe and the Boston Heard. He committed to the University of Miami but then had a change of heart and stayed home, taking his talents to Boston College. He saw action in ten games his freshman year, missed his second season, and came back in year three, taking the field in 11 games. In his 21 games, he notched 36 tackles and then declared himself eligible for the NFL Draft. Despite not being drafted, Louis -Jean was able to sign a free-agent contract with the Chicago Bears. He was promoted to the practice squad and later was activated, seeing the field in nine games in 2014 where he recorded nine tackles and broke up one pass.
In 2015 he signed on to the practice squad with the Washington Redskins. A short stint with the Miami Dolphins followed in 2016 and then in 2017, he went north of the border to the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League. He later took part in the Spring League in Texas.