Nevada sleeper getting attention

Sleeper defensive back Aaron Bagsby (6-0, 170, 4.55) from Henderson (Nev.) Green Valley is beginning to wake up D-I schools with fast start to his senior season.
Bagsby has helped jumpstart Green Valley to a 2-0 record and has helped his team play with intensity and confidence.
In the opening game Bagsby was a jack-of-all-trades. He lined up at wide receiver, running back, quarterback, and safety.
That's not all.
Bagsby also handled his team punting chores while also returning punts and kicks.
For the game Bagsby, picked off two passes, had one rushing touchdown and one touchdown pass. He also punted five times for a 30 yard per average.
Green Valley won the game 35-15 as Bagsby made plays all over the field.
The hometown UNLV Rebels called on September 1st. That is always a good sign when the hometown school gets on the horn to express interest.
Bagsby will more than likely be in the audience for UNLV's home opener against Idaho this coming weekend.
Boise State has requested game tape of Bagsby's first two games.
Besides UNLV and Boise State; Nevada, Utah, San Diego State, and Michigan are also showing Bagsby recruiting attention.
Bagsby has brought a tough mentality to the team and it has been contagious. The confidence is soaring at Green Valley. Much of the reason is the tangibles and intangibles that Bagsby brings to the table.
It is good to see that Bagsby's hard work in the off-season has paid off.
Bagsby attended the five-day camp at Michigan and he attended the two-day skills camp at USC. He also attended a Green Valley high school team camp at Nevada where he made all-camp defensive back.
Bagsby is also an outstanding in track and field at the triple-jump. In early June, he placed fourth and medaled at the Great Southwest Track Meet that was held in Albuquerque, New Mexico that had seven states participating.
Even though Bagsby had a busy summer, he still found time to hold down a job and pass his ACT test with a 22 score while currently holding a 2.8 GPA.