Saratoga, Calif., receiver/athlete Alex Lagemann did well at the recent Palo Alto NIKE Training Camp, so it's no surprise to see his stock move up and up on on the charts of college coaches.
Lagemann, who already had an offer from Cal, said he recently picked up new offers from Boise State, BYU and Oregon. All three offers were exciting for the 6-foot-1, 205-pound receiver with 4.53-second speed in the 40-yard dash.
"I'm excited about Oregon because it's in the Pac 10 and coach Alotti is an awesome guy," Lagemann said. "He's been recruiting me hard for a while now, and that's somebody I'm really excited about.
"The Boise offer was also really good because they're a good team. I don't know much about BYU yet, but I do really like their offense."
Lagemann also continues to get interest from Stanford, Arizona State, USC and Washington State. He had listed Stanford as his top team in an earlier update and the Cardinal definitely could be a major factor if it decides to offer him.
Lagemann had 43 catches for 736 yards and eight touchdowns during his 2005 season. He earned first team all-league and was a second-team all-CIF selection. His league also recognized him as its most valuable receiver.
"This has been an amazing few weeks," he said. "I never thought all of this would happen like it has. I'm so excited."