Wide receiver Spencer Hagan (6-4, 181, 4.6) from Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian lived up to his reputation as one of Northern California's most reliable receivers.
"I had 1,020 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns my senior season," Hagan said. "Our team lost a bunch of really great players from last year's team.
"Our quarterback, James Lee did really well," Hagan said. "He passed for 3,000 yards."
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"It took our team a few games before we meshed into a team. We had to grow as a team and not worry about the individual and do what's best for the team."
On the recruiting trail, Hagan has two offers on the table.
"I have offers from Portland State and Montana State," Hagan said. "I also have a preferred walk-on offer from California. I also have an offer from Cornell."
"I took my visit to Portland state," Hagan said. "The visit went really well. My older brother goes there so it would be great to play with him."
"I love the coaching staff, they're all great guys," Hagan said. "The program is really on the rise too. They were down a few years ago, but the coaching staff has done a great job and now people know that they have serious talent there."
"I'm going to visit Montana State on late January, that's the only other visit I have scheduled."
What is Hagan looking for in a college?
"My first goal is to graduate with a major," Hagan said. "Football won't last my entire life so I want a good education. I'd like to play as soon as possible, so I'm going to work as hard as I can to get that done."
"I want to start out majoring in business administration and see where that leaves me, whether I want to go with that or change my major."