Sleeper defensive back Aaron Bagsby (6-0, 170, 4.55) from Henderson (Nev.) Green Valley is off to a great start and is rapidly changing his status of sleeper into prospect. There are new schools that are beginning to take an interest the talented from Nevada.
"USC and Michigan requested tape on Aaron last week," Aaron Bagsby, Sr., Bagsby said. "Coach Kris Cinkovich , from UNLV called last week and said he would be attending the game last Friday, which we won, and Junior threw the game winning touchdown."
"Coach Ken Wilson, from UNR, called Junior last week to check in also," Bagsby, Sr., said. "He said he would be at the game this Friday against Liberty, on the sideline."
"Our record is 3-4 currently, but we have an inside track to the playoffs," Bagsby, Sr., said. "Boise State also called to request tape on Aaron."
In seven games Bagsby has been a one-man wrecking crew. He has 45 tackles, three sacks, three recovered fumbles, two forced fumbles, and two interceptions.
On offense he two thrown touchdown passes, and one rushing touchdown. On special teams he is averaging 30 yards on five punts and is averaging 15 yards returning punts.
The versatile Bagsby has played quarterback, running back, wide receiver, safety, punter and all other special teams.
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.
Another thing to like about Bagsby is fully qualified with a 2.8 GPA and 22 ACT.