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NoCal WR looking forward senior season

Wide receiver Spencer Hagan (6-4, 180, 4.6) from Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian was very proactive this off season and by doing so was able to pick up two offers. He went to a few camps and impressed schools enough to where they are keeping an eye on him. There are quite a few schools wanting to take a look at his senior footage.
"I don't have any new offers, but Cal did offer me a preferred walk-on spot," Hagan said. "My top five schools are Cal, Oregon State, Stanford, Nevada and Portland State. I don't have an overall favorite."
"I'm in the process of setting up my official visits within the next month," Hagan said. "I want to visit Oregon State, Stanford of course, Nevada, basically all of my top five schools."
"I want to wait on making a commitment," Hagan said. "A bunch of the schools want to see my first two game films, so then they might offer me based on those. I'll probably make my decision midway through the season."
What is Hagan looking for in a college?
"Academics are definitely the biggest part," Hagan said. "I could play ball after college, but if I don't I want to have that degree that can take me through life.
"Also, another big one is location. I definitely want to be close to home, on the West Coast."
There are a couple of schools that have been in contact with Hagan, but he would like to hear more from.
"I want to hear more from UCLA," Hagan said. "I went to their camp and they've been sending me stuff, but I wish I'd get more from them. Also, another school would be either Washington or Washington State. I like those schools a lot."
"I like going to all the camps and seeing the different schools," Hagan said. "To get a different feel about the schools is good. Getting mail and calls is cool too; feeling that you're wanted is cool."
As a junior, Hagan earned second-team all-league and first-team all-academic honors after he hauled in 59 receptions for 928 yards and eight touchdowns.
A good student, Hagan currently carries a 3.5 GPA and has a qualifying 1500 SAT score.