Regarded by many as one of the most complete receivers in the collegiate ranks, Hagan went on to shatter school and Pac-10 Conference records during his time with the Sun Devils. He joined Oregon State's Mike Hass in 2005 as the only players in Pac-10 annals to gain more than 1,000 yards receiving three times in a career. Arizona State faithful compare him favorably to one of the school's finest products, John Jefferson, who held the school's career receiving records (1974-77) until Hagan broke those marks.
Hagan was an All-City selection as a senior at Palmdale High School. He earned All-Region honorable mention by Prep Star during his final season and was twice named to the All-Conference squad. Hagan also garnered All-CIF accolades from the Los Angeles Daily News, made the All-Valley Press team and twice picked up All-Golden League recognition.
In 2001, Hagan set the school single-season record with 843 yards receiving, catching 65 passes with five touchdowns. He also intercepted nine passes as a defensive back. As a junior, Hagan caught 19 passes for 303 yards on offense and recorded 23 tackles with four interceptions on defense. He was named team MVP as a junior and senior.
As a senior, Hagan served as team captain in football, basketball and track. He averaged 12 points and five rebounds per game for the basketball team and had a career-best triple jump of over 46 feet for the track squad.
Hagan was named to the All-Pac 10 Conference Freshman Team in 2002. He appeared in every game, starting three times for Arizona State. Hagan broke the old freshman season record (since broken by Zach Miller in 2004) with 32 receptions for 405 yards (12.7 avg), topping Jefferson's old marks.
Hagan earned All-Pac 10 Conference honorable mention as a sophomore. He started ten of twelve games at split end, leading the team with 66 receptions for 1,076 yards (16.3 avg) and nine touchdowns. He ranked fifth in the conference with an average of 89.7 yards per game receiving. He was only the sixth player in school history to gain more than 1,000 yards receiving in a season.
A second-team All-American and All-Pac 10 Conference choice in 2004, Hagan again led the team with 83 catches for 1,248 yards (15.0 avg) and ten touchdowns. He ranked second in the conference and seventh in the nation with an average of 104.0 yards per game receiving. His receptions and yardage total rank second on the school's single-season record charts while his ten scores were tied for sixth. He also joined Shaun McDonald (2001-02) as the only players in ASU annals to gain more 1,000 receiving yards twice in a career.
Hagan was a first-team All-Pac-10 performer in 2005 and was a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award for the second consecutive season. His 1,210 receiving yards was good for third in the conference and eighth in the nation and was his third consecutive season over 1,000. He caught at least three passes in every game.
Hagan finished his ASU career as the Pac-10'w all-time leader with 258 receptions, and is second with 3,939 career yards. His receiving yards shattered the old school all-time record of 2,993 yards by Jefferson. He also holds the Sun Devils' career-records for receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, 100-yard games (18) and career receiving yards per game (78.8)
Positives: Highly competitive type who likes to have the ball in pressure situations
Has a steady stride to reach top acceleration, compensating for a lack of blazing speed with good redirection agility to work back to the ball
Does a nice job of using his size to shield the defenders from the ball
Very effective keeping his feet in bounds along the sidelines and works hard to uncover
Uses his body control to make proper adjustments when timing his leaps to compete for the jump ball
His ability to get open underneath makes him ideally suited for the hitch routes
Has the natural hands and arm extension to pluck the ball away from the body's frame
Very flexible when adjusting to the ball in flight, easily looking the ball in over his shoulder
Will not hesitate to sacrifice his body to get to the ball in a crowd
Has a normal stride throughout the route and has the strong leg drive to break arm tackles.
Negatives: Struggled badly with dropped passes at the Senior Bowl and the Combine
Has adequate muscle development and is a hard worker in the training room, but could use another ten pounds of bulk on his frame
Does not have the second gear or explosive burst to separate
Best on hitches, curls and underneath routes, as he does not show the speed needed to elude defenders in the open on deep routes
Does a good job of driving deep into his routes and then come back for the ball, but is prone to rounding his cuts
Does not have the quickness to escape and gain big yardage after the catch
Makes a good effort as a blocker, but lacks technique and is too inconsistent in using his hands when attempting to sustain at the line of scrimmage
Has decent field instincts, but needs several reps to digest the play.
Hagan is a well-developed athlete with good work habits in the training room. He was a recent recipient of the team's Hard Hat Player Award for his work in the team's offseason training program. Much like former ASU standout Shaun McDonald (Rams), Hagan seems to be at his best in clutch situations. He shows good durability, having never missed a game due to an injury.
Hagan is a smooth strider who might lack a sudden burst, but uses his hands and his initial quickness to get into his routes. He does a good job of using his size to shield the ball from defenders and generally does a good job of securing the ball before heading up field. Hagan has enough field savvy to make adjustments in his routes. He does a nice job of uncovering and shows alertness when working underneath.
He has the body control and balance to squeeze through tight areas and has the plant and drive agility to work back to the ball when the quarterback is pressured. He needs to run crisper routes though, as he will gather a bit and round his cuts too often. While he has good timed speed, a lack of explosion out of his cuts make him better suited for hitches and curls, but he can get under the ball nicely on deep routes when given a clear lane.
Hagan is a tough battler who times his leaps well to compete for the jump ball. He has natural hands and arm extension to catch away from the body's frame. He compensates for a lack of ideal speed by driving deep into his routes and then redirecting to come back for the pass.
Hagan utilizes adequate leg drive and hip snap in attempts to separate, but will not win many foot races on long routes. He is more apt to build to top acceleration rather than showing suddenness in his cuts. While he gives good effort, he is inconsistent getting his hands in position in attempts to block for the ground game at the line of scrimmage.
He is more the type of receiver who can work the sidelines and move the chains rather than deliver the home run play on the deep throws. He shows decent field alertness, but might struggle with a complicated playbook. His ability to make body adjustments to get to the poorly thrown ball and his flexibility in attempts to haul in the pass in a crowd will make him better suited to play the slot or split end. But his lack of explosiveness will prevent him from being a deep threat at the next level.
Finished his career as the Pac-10's all-time leader in career receptions with 258, and finished second in conference history with 3,939 career receiving yards
Is seventh on the Pac-10 career receiving touchdowns list with 27
Only the 10th player in Pac-10 history to record 3,000 or more yards and 200 or more catches in his career
Concluded his career as ASU's all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, 100-yard games (18) and career receiving yards per game (78.8)
caught a pass in 41 consecutive games to end his career, and had at least one reception in 48 of 50 career games
Surpassed 1,000 yards receiving in each of his final three years as a Sun Devil, and owns three of the top seven highest single-season receiving yardage totals as well as three of the top four highest single-season receptions totals in ASU history
was a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award following both his junior and senior seasons and averaged more than 100 receiving yards per game as both a junior and a senior
Played in 50 career games, starting 36
Earned All-American honors three times and All-Pac-10 honors twice
grew into a leader on the field and was named a captain for his senior season
Was twice recognized as a Hard Hat Player for his work in ASU's winter strength and conditioning program.
All-American third-team and All-Pac 10 Conference second-team selection by The NFL Draft Report
Semi-finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, given to the top receiver in the college ranks
Was named the team's Offensive Most Valuable Player and was a co-winner of the Cecil Abono Co-Captain Award at the year-end banquet
Led the Sun Devils in all major receiving statistics
Amassed over 1,000 yards receiving for a school-record third consecutive year
Finished third in the conference and eighth in the nation with 1,210 receiving yards
Was third in the Pac-10 and tied for 18th nationally with 77 catches
His 77 catches are the third highest single-season total in school history, while his 1,210 receiving yards are the third-highest single-season total
Caught at least three passes in each game, which extended his school record of consecutive games with a reception to 41, the fourth-longest active streak in the country.
|2005 Game Analysis|
Was limited to three catches for 53 yards in the season opener, but two of those grabs were good for touchdowns, as QB Sam Keller connected with ten different receivers
Following a 45-yard punt return by Terry Richardson that gave ASU the ball at the Temple 18 with 15 seconds remaining in the half, Keller found Hagan in the corner of the end zone to give ASU a 28-2 lead
In the third quarter, Hagan hauled in a 31-yard scoring strike from Keller that capped a 7-play, 85-yard drive
Head to Head Competition -- CB Ray Lamb.
Snatched seven passes for 95 yards
Five of his catches were good for first downs, including two coming on third-down plays
Covered by cornerback Ronnie Prude, the LSU defender was flagged for pass interference attempting to deflect a pass from Hagan, placing the ball at the LSU 25. Two plays later, QB Sam Keller hit Jamaal Lewis with a 25-yard touchdown pass 9:50 before halftime
Hagan caught a third-and-15 pass from Keller for a 22-yard gain in the third quarter, setting up an 8-yard scoring pass from Keller to Rudy Burgess
Midway through the fourth quarter, Hagan was on the receiving end of 14, 8 & 24-yard tosses from Keller, but ASU failed to score
The Tigers' defense still had to stop the Sun Devils one last time after Keller threw passes of 27 and 25 yards to start a final drive. LSU accomplished that at its own 28, as Keller threw four straight incompletions. LaRon Landry got between the ball and Hagan on third down, and Ronnie Prude went to the ground with Terry Richardson after a low pass on fourth with 31 seconds to go
Head to Head Competition -- CB Ronnie Prude.
Credited with five receptions for 90 yards and a score
Five of his catches resulted in first downs
After sophomore defensive end Kellen Mills forced a North-western fumble on their own 38-yard line, the Devils quickly took advantage of it and QB Sam Keller found Hagan open in the end zone for a 24-yard touchdown in the second quarter
Head to Head Competition -- CB Deante Battle.
In a game that matched two of the country's top receivers in Hagan and OSU's Mike Hass, the duo combined for 22 receptions, 367 yards and two touchdowns, as Hagan had the slight edge with 193 yards and a pair of scores on eleven grabs
Hagan passed John Jefferson (1974-77) to become the Sun Devils' career leader in receiving yards with 2,160
Hagan's first grab in the game was good for 45 yards
Hagan made up for a false start penalty with a 14-yard gain on a third-and-11 toss from Sam Keller, followed by a 39-yarder three plays later to set up a 1-yard touchdown run by Rudy Burgess with 3:53 left in the first half
In the third quarter, Hagan had a 14-yard reception on a third-and-10 play to set up his 5-yard touchdown catch that concluded a 7-play, 70-yard drive
On the team's next drive, Hagan snatched a 28-yard scoring pass from Keller
Head to Head Competition -- CB Gerard Lawson.
Facing one of the country's premier defenses, Hagan caught ten passes for 162 yards and also made a solo tackle
Seven of his catches resulted in first downs, including one on a fourth-down play
On the game's first play from scrimmage, Hagan grabbed a 20-yard pass thrown by QB Sam Keller
He added 15 & 25-yard catches to set up a 5-yard touchdown run by Keegan Herring with 4:34 left in the first half
Hagan made up for dropping a third-and-11 pass that forced the Sun Devils to punt in the third quarter by tackling John Walker after the cornerback intercepted a pass thrown by Keller on the following ASU drive
During a mid-fourth quarter drive, Hagan had a 23-yard grab, followed by an 11-yarder before converting a fourth-and-17 toss by Keller into a first down and a 17-yard gain, two plays later, Hagan hauled in a 23-yard pass, but Keller was then again intercepted by John Walker in the end zone and USC ran out the clock to down Arizona State, 38-29
Talking to reporters after the game, Hagan said, "We left everything on the field, but we didn't come out with the one thing that we needed and that was a victory. We'll try to keep our heads up and prepare for Oregon. We should have won the game but a few plays here and there turned the game around. During the second half they (USC) were pretty much doing the same thing and we were stopping ourselves. We made some stupid mistakes that we normally don't make which cost us. The turnovers are going to happen, but you just have to put them behind you and just keep on playing, because Sam (Keller) had some turnovers, some interceptions and not all of them were his fault. But once we make a turnover, we just have to keep our heads up. The defense is going to come out and play as hard as they can to stop their offense and once we get back on the field we just have to execute again. One thing we always talk about is finish. We didn't finish well enough in the second half. We were up by 21-17 but we didn't finish, USC played a great game they kept fighting and came up with the victory."
Head to Head Competition -- CB John Walker.
Only had four catches for 46 yards, but three were good for first downs, including a 20-yard touchdown
On Oregon's' first possession, ASU's DeWayne Hollyfield blocked an Oregon 55-yard field goal try and Arizona State took over at the ASU 43. Five plays later, QB Sam Keller threw to a wide-open Hagan for a 20-yard scoring play that made it 7-0
With the reception, Hagan tied the school record with 25 career touchdown catches
Talking about the offense's continuing difficulties, Hagan said after the game, "It all comes down to execution. We just didn't execute at all on offense tonight. I felt like the defense played a pretty good game. They had some good stops, but when the offense got back on the field we didn't make any plays tonight."
Head to Head Competition -- CB Justin Phinisee.
Followed with 76 yards on four catches
Four of his receptions resulted in first downs, including converting three third-down plays
Had a pair of 16-yarders that turned third-down plays into first downs and the other conversion came on a 17-yard toss midway through the fourth quarter
Head to Head Competition -- CB Nick Sanchez.
Caught nine for 115 yards to move to third in the Pac-10 in career receptions with 236
Hagan converted four third-down plays into first downs and nine of his eight grabs were good for first downs
Had 11 & 12-yard catches for first downs on tosses from QB Rudy Carpenter that set up Carpenter's 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter
Hagan's fourth quarter fourth-and-9 catch was good for 24 yards, setting up a 10-yard scoring run by Preston Jones that capped a 51-yard, 8-play drive with 1:09 left to play
Hagan also moved into third place in the Pac-10 career record books with 236 career catches
Head to Head Competition -- CB Roy Lewis.
Hauled in six passes for 139 yards and a touchdown, the 18th time in his career that Hagan gained over 100 yards receiving in a game
Halfback Rudy Burgess threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to Hagan for the game's first score
It was first time since Oct. 20, 2001 against Oregon State a non-ASU quarterback threw a touchdown pass for the Sun Devils (Justin Taplin 23 yards to Ryan Dennard)
His 59-yard catch set up a 19-yard field goal by Jesse Ainsworth in the second quarter
Had a 16-yard touchdown catch overturned and ruled a dropped ball, forcing the team to settle for a 33-yard field goal by Ainsworth to salvage some points on a third quarter 14-play, 64-yard drive
Head to Head Competition -- CB Omowale Dada.
Hagan had seven catches for 97 yards and a touchdown, but also turned the ball over twice on fumbles
The seven receptions gave him 249 for his career, a Pac-10 Conference all-time record
ASU had narrowed the margin to 42-35 on Rudy Carpenter's 2-yard scoring pass to Hagan with 7:14 left to play
Hagan also had a 17-yard catch in the first quarter that set up an 8-yard touchdown run by QB Chad Christensen
Rudy Carpenter found Hagan with a 46-yard strike in the third quarter, but cornerback Marcus Cassel stripped the ball from the receiver and strong safety Jarrad Page to set up a 7-yard touch-down pass from UCLA QB Drew Olson to Brandon Breazell
On the following drive, Carpenter lobbed a 3-yard pass to Hagan, but Cassel again caused a fumble that was recovered by free safety Dennis Keyes at the ASU 36, setting up a 13-yard scoring pass from Olson to tight end Marcedes Lewis
ASU head coach Dirk Koetter talked about Hagan's erratic performance after the game, saying, "I told him that he tried to do too much himself. It wasn't about the record (most passes caught in Pac-10); he knew he was going to get that. Sometimes big-time players like that try to put too much on their shoulders."
Head to Head Competition -- CB Marcus Cassel.
Second-team All-American selection by Rivals.com
Added second-team All-Pac 10 Conference accolades
Semi-finalist for the Biletnikoff Award
Ranked second in the country and twelfth in the nation with an average of 6.9 catches per game
Led the team with 83 receptions for 1,248 yards (15.0 avg) and ten touchdowns, ranking second on the school's single-season record list behind Shaun McDonald's 87 catches for 1,405 yards in 2002
Of the 149 passes targeted for Hagan, he amassed 45 first downs, including converting fifteen third-down plays
Seventeen of his catches were for 20 yards or longer
Added a pair of solo tackles
Gained over 100 yards receiving in eight contests from his split end position, a school single-season record.
|2004 Game Analysis|
Began the season with 119 yards on eight catches, including a 15-yard touchdown that he set up with a 14-yard grab to cap a 10-play, 63-yard drive in the third quarter
It marked the first time an ASU receiver had four-straight 100-yard receiving games (also gained over 100 yards in the final 2003 games vs. Stanford ?138; Washington State -109 and Arizona -155) since Shaun McDonald accomplished that feat in 2001
ASU QB Andrew Walter talked about the connection between himself and Hagan, "The connection is there, definitely alive and well. We are still working out the kinks but Hagan made a few very nice catches for us."
Head to Head Competition -- CB Jahmal Fenner.
Had eight catches for 154 yards and a pair of scores
Six of his catches were good for first downs, including two on third-down plays
QB Andrew Walter hit Hagan for two long scoring plays that gave the Sun Devils (2-0) the lead for good in the first half, then hit Terry Richardson for a third-quarter touchdown that gave them a commanding 17-point advantage
Hagan then found holes in the Wildcats' shaky secondary to score twice. Hagan was left all alone in the middle on a 47-yard catch-and-run play that gave the Sun Devils the lead
Six minutes later, he sprinted straight toward the end zone on third-and-11 from the 41 and caught a perfectly placed pass from Walter to make it 17-7 at halftime
Head to Head Competition -- CB Jeff Backes.
Extended his streak to six consecutive games of gaining 100 yards receiving, totaling 112 yards on eight grabs with two touchdowns and also recorded a solo tackle
QB Andrew Walter threw a pair of 7-yard scoring passes to Hagan
Hagan also tackled Antwan Allen after the cornerback intercepted a pass thrown by Walter in the second quarter
Head to Head Competition -- CB Antwan Allen.
Hagan had a pair of streaks come to an end Saturday night against Oregon State. Hagan had caught a touchdown and also recorded at least 100 yards in each of the last six games, but was held to seven catches for 66 yards vs. the Beavers
Head to Head Competition -- CB Brandon Browner.
Did not start for the only time in 2004, managing only 32 yards on four catches
Head to Head Competition -- CB Marques Binns.
Followed with five receptions for 52 yards
Head to Head Competition -- CB Kevin Arbet.
Hagan had three scoring grabs, including a 46-yarder with 6:36 left in the game to start the Sun Devils on their way back from a 42-31 deficit
Finished with 160 yards on five receptions
QB Andrew Walter found Hagan near the 40-yard line while two defenders collided behind him. Hagan ran to the end zone for a 79-yard play that sent Arizona State to a 14-3 lead in the first quarter
He also hauled in a third-and-11 pass from Walter for a 12-yard score in the second quarter
Head to Head Competition -- CB Marcus Cassel.
Had two first-down grabs, as he gained 40 yards on five catches
Head to Head Competition -- CB Daymeion Hughes.
Bounced back with eight receptions for 108 yards and four first downs
Also recorded a solo tackle
Stanford's Jon Alston's fourth sack of the game and a holding penalty had left the Sun Devils second-and-29 on their 43, but Andrew Walter threw 19 yards to Hagan Hagan, then 11 to Terry Richardson for the first down that kept the drive alive. Walter then found Zach Miller deep in the end zone for his second touchdown catch of the with less than a minute to play
On the ensuing kickoff, Hagan raced down field and tackled David Marrero for no gain after the returner fielded Jess Ainsworth's 39-yard kick with 0:09 left, preserving a 34-31 ASU win
Head to Head Competition -- CB Leigh Torrence.
Snatched nine passes for 113 yards and a touchdown
Converted three third-down plays into first downs
ASU jumped ahead 21-0 on a 7-play, 76-yard drive, as QB Andrew Walter threw 11 yards to Hagan Hagan for the score with 4:09 left in the first quarter
Head to Head Competition -- CB Alex Teems.
Had his seventh 100-yard performance for 2004, as Hagan totaled 110 yards on seven catches, including four first-down grabs
Had a 42-yard touchdown catch nullified by a holding penalty in the third quarter
Head to Head Competition -- CB Wilrey Fontenot.
Purdue (Sun Bowl)
Made ESPN's All-Bowl squad after Hagan snared nine passes for 182 yards and a touchdown
He converted seven of those grabs into first downs, including three on third-down plays
Caught a third-and-7 pass from QB Sam Keller for 11 yards and a first down and followed with a 27-yard scoring reception to cap an 11-play, 80-yard drive in the third quarter
A 19-yard gain on a slant pass set up halfback Rudy Burgess' 41-yard touchdown run with 6:23 left in the game
Head to Head Competition -- CB Brian Hickman.
All-Pac 10 Conference honorable mention
Played in every game, starting ten contests, including the final nine games at split end
Led the team with 66 receptions for 1,076 yards (16.3 avg) and nine touchdowns
Joined J.D. Hill (1009 in 1970), Morris Owens (1144 in 1973), Ron Fair (1082 in 1989), Keith Poole (1036 in 1995) and Shaun McDonald (1104 in 2001 and 1405 in 2002) as the only players in school history to gain over 1,000 yards receiving in a season
Made three tackles (2 solos) and recovered a fumble, but turned the ball over three times on fumbles.
|2003 Game Analysis|
Opened the season with three catches for 55 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown on a second quarter toss from QB Andrew Walter and also tackled Johnny Marshall on a 35-yard kickoff return.
Gained 21 yards on three catches, but fumbled the ball on a 6-yard grab when he was hit by Jerome Dennis in the first quarter and Dennis recovered the ball for USU
Made up for that miscue when Hagan stopped Dennis on a 42-yard kickoff return in the second quarter.
Made three catches for 30 yards, capping a fourth quarter 9-play, 73-yard drive with a 20-yard scoring strike from Andrew Walter.
Exploded for 170 yards on eight catches, but fumbled the ball after a 27-yard catch in the fourth quarter when defensive end Frostee Rucker knocked the ball out of Hagan's hands and linebacker Ronald Nunn recovered it.
Had seven receptions for 108 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown that capped an 11-play, 51-yard drive in the fourth quarter.
Added 185 yards on eleven catches, scoring on a first quarter 49-yard strike from Andrew Walter
Also recovered a fumble when UNC's Mike Mason coughed the pigskin up on a punt return in the second quarter and Hagan scooped the ball up at the UNC 12 to set up a 24-yard field goal by ASU's Jesse Ainsworth.
Caught five passes for 61 yards.
Hauled in four passes for 138 yards and three touchdowns
Had a 67-yard scoring grab on a pass by Andrew Walter in the second quarter, followed by TD grabs of 46 and 8 yards in the fourth quarter.
Totaled 109 yards on seven catches, including a 25-yard touchdown that capped a 12-play, 65-yard drive in the third quarter
In the fourth quarter, Hagan caught a 17-yard pass from Andrew Walter, but WSU's Pat Bennett knocked the ball out of Hagan's hands and safety Jeremiah Williams recovered it at the WSU 22.
Closed out the year with his third consecutive 100-yard performance, amassing 155 yards on eight grabs with an 80-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Freshman All-Pac 10 Conference selection by The Sporting News
Played in every game, starting vs. San Diego State, Southern California and Arizona at split end
Set a school freshman single-season record (since broken by Zach Miller in 2004) as Hagan grabbed 32 passes for 405 yards (12.7 avg), topping the old mark of 30 grabs John Jefferson in 1974
Also had a pair of tackles on special teams.
|2002 Game Analysis|
Began his career with four receptions for 36 yards.
Gained 25 yards on two catches and recorded a solo tackle.
Had five receptions for 95 yards, including a season-long 51-yarder.
Caught a season-high six passes, good for 72 yards and posted an assisted tackle.
Followed with 52 yards on three catches.
2006: Did not participate in the three-cone drill at the Indianapolis Combine, citing cramps.
Campus: 4.59 seconds in the 40-yard dash
32.5-inch vertical jump
30 -inch arm length
9 -inch hands
14/28 Wonderlic score.
Combine: 4.48-second 40-yard dash.
36-inch vertical jump.
10'4" broad jump.
Did not participate in 225-pound bench press.
Did not participate in three-cone drill due to cramps.
Attended Palmdale (Cal.) High School, playing football for head coach Jeff Williams
All-City selection as a senior
Earned All-Region honorable mention by Prep Star during his final campaign and was twice named to the All-Conference squad
Also garnered All-CIF accolades from the Los Angeles Daily News, made the All-Valley Press team and twice picked up All-Golden League recognition
In 2001, Hagan set the school single-season record with 843 yards receiving, catching 65 passes with five touchdowns
Also intercepted nine passes as a defensive back
As a junior, Hagan caught 19 passes for 303 yards on offense and recorded 23 tackles with four interceptions on defense
Named team MVP as a junior and senior
In his final year, Hagan served as team captain in football, basketball and track
Averaged 12 points and five rebounds per game in basketball and had a career-best triple jump of over 46 feet.
Interdisciplinary Studies (business and justice studies) major
Son of Emelina and Derek Hagan
Born Derek Steven Hagan on 9/21/84
Resides in Palmdale, California.