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Player: Eric Hagg

Hometown: Glendale, AZ

Position: WR

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 185

40 time: 4.48

Visit Date: November 24, 2006

Scholarships offered: Oregon St., Nebraska, UNLV, Nevada

Favorites: Committed to Nebraska

Rankings/Stars:

Rivals: NR/ :star:star

Bid Red Report: NR/ :star:star:star

 

Assessing the talent: Very good receiver. Under the radar. Technically sound: Catches the ball with his hands and elusive. Hagg caught 37 catches for 877 yards and 12 TDs.

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: 100%

 

Eric Hagg

ATH 6-1 195 Peoria, Ariz. - Ironwood HS

“This place was so nice, the campus was so nice. Oh man, the atmosphere is crazy, and all the coaches are great. Just amazing! Everything’s real nice in the new facilities. The fans were crazy and the place was packed. There was no room left anywhere.”

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Assessing the talent: Very good receiver. Under the radar. Technically sound: Catches the ball with his hands and elusive. Hagg caught 37 catches for 877 yards and 12 TDs.

 

If this is the case, glad we got him. I hate it when we drop passes...maybe this guy can change that! Welcome aboard, Eric! :woo

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meh.

 

 

I'd rather see a D-Lineman or DB than another WR, but congrats to Hagg.

 

He's being recruited by our staff as an "athlete." Don't be surprised if he is given a shot at DB to start out with.

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6' 2" with good speed would be an awesome corner

:yeah We need those type of DB's to be able to defend against some of these receivers. Congratulations and welcome to Nebraska!!!! :horns2

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Huskers sign Arizona football recruit

 

BY STEVEN M. SIPPLE / Lincoln Journal Star

Saturday, Nov 25, 2006 - 10:50:06 pm CST

 

Nebraska on Saturday attracted the first of what the Huskers hope becomes a string of oral commitments from football recruits visiting campus this weekend.

 

Eric Hagg, a high school wide receiver/defensive back from Peoria, Ariz., became the 18th player to pledge to Nebraska’s 2007 recruiting class, according to two recruiting Internet sites.

 

Hagg is ranked as a three-star prospect (on a scale of five) by both Scout.com and Rivals.com. He couldn’t be reached for comment Saturday, as he was in the midst of his campus visit.

 

The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Hagg was one of 10 recruits on hand for Nebraska’s 37-14 triumph against Colorado on Friday at Memorial Stadium, a victory that capped the Huskers’ regular season.

 

According to Scout.com, Hagg is regarded as a Division I-A prospect as both a wide receiver and defensive back. He has said he prefers to play receiver.

 

He reportedly has received scholarship offers from Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, Oregon State, Utah and Fresno State.

 

Hagg is one of three Arizona players visiting Nebraska this weekend. The others are four-star offensive guard Jaivorio Burkes of Phoenix and multi-position athlete Prince Amukamara of Glendale.

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In my opinion, the kid belongs on the offensive side of the ball. He's got great body control and excellent hands, could be a real threat in the red zone. He may take a little longer to develop, but who knows. When I first saw this kid's highlights I thought there was no way that Rivals only had him at two stars. He's worthy of a high 3 star IMO.

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In my opinion, the kid belongs on the offensive side of the ball. He's got great body control and excellent hands, could be a real threat in the red zone. He may take a little longer to develop, but who knows. When I first saw this kid's highlights I thought there was no way that Rivals only had him at two stars. He's worthy of a high 3 star IMO.

:yeah We will see though.

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Eric Hagg

ATH 6-1 195 Peoria, Ariz. - Ironwood HS

“This place was so nice, the campus was so nice. Oh man, the atmosphere is crazy, and all the coaches are great. Just amazing! Everything’s real nice in the new facilities. The fans were crazy and the place was packed. There was no room left anywhere.”

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