Taylor Lagace Picks Up A Pac-12 Offer

Arcadia HS ATH Taylor Lagace (Arcadia, CA) has seen his recruitment pick up steam in the past month as Boise State extended the talented ATH an offer in late March and now a Pac-12 school has followed suit as well. Which Pac-12 school offered Lagace? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his latest offer and his recruitment thus far.

Arcadia HS ATH Taylor Lagace (Arcadia, CA) has seen his recruitment pick up steam in the past month as Boise State extended the talented ATH an offer in late March and now a Pac-12 school has followed suit as well. Which Pac-12 school offered Lagace?

"I got an offer from Washington last Thursday," he said. "Coach Martin called me that day and said they were going to offer and then I spoke to Coach Sarkisian on Saturday right after they had practice. That's when he officially offered me."

"Me and Coach Martin had a real long conversation and he just talked about how they wanted me to come up as a Safety," he stated. "He also offered a few of my friends that I train with, so he basically said he'd like for us all to come up to Washington."

More Pac-12 offers could be on the way for Lagace as Arizona State, Oregon State, and Stanford are also showing some strong interest. Right now, he's just enjoying the process.

"It's really exciting and a dream come true," said Lagace. "I'm just taking it easy right now and enjoying the process. I'm going to take some more unofficial visits and then a few officials during the season. When I realize where I want to go and where God wants me to go, that's the place I'll go to."

Defensive Backs Coach Marcel Yates is the man running the point for Boise State and Taylor says he plans on keeping in touch with the Bronco coaching staff.

"I'm actually going to call Coach Yates this week," he said. "I talked to them a couple weeks ago right after the visit, so it's about time for me to call them again. I like Boise State a lot and they'll definitely be in the mix all the way."

Lagace (6'2, 200, 4.4) attended the Nike Camp last Sunday at USC and said his performance was decent, but still needs some work.

"I think I did pretty good, but I still need some work," he said. "I've got to get to the ball faster. That's the main thing right now. Still, it's kind of tough to judge performance at a camp like that since you can't hit or anything."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Taylor Lagace.


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