Liam O'Hagan had an unbelievable season. For his state title team he threw for 3,812 yards and 55 touchdowns, with only seven interceptions. He now holds offers from Minnesota, Boston College, Vanderbilt, and Colorado. CU is recruiting him as an athlete, but will give him his first shot at quarterback. He visited Boulder for the NU game and loved his trip."> Liam O'Hagan had an unbelievable season. For his state title team he threw for 3,812 yards and 55 touchdowns, with only seven interceptions. He now holds offers from Minnesota, Boston College, Vanderbilt, and Colorado. CU is recruiting him as an athlete, but will give him his first shot at quarterback. He visited Boulder for the NU game and loved his trip.">

Nation's No.39 QB Visits Boulder, Receives Offer

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=662928">Liam O'Hagan</a> had an unbelievable season. For his state title team he threw for 3,812 yards and 55 touchdowns, with only seven interceptions. He now holds offers from Minnesota, Boston College, Vanderbilt, and Colorado. CU is recruiting him as an athlete, but will give him his first shot at quarterback. He visited Boulder for the NU game and loved his trip.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 205
40 time: 4.8
From: Minneapolis, Minnesota
High School: Breck

"It was a great trip. I got in Friday and right when I got there we went to the game. Later on I just went out with the guys and hung out after eating dinner wiht the coaches."

Liam was hosted by sophomore Tommy Hubbard.

"He was a good guy, real cool."

On Sunday, O'Hagan sat down with Coach Barnett.

"He was just telling me that he wants me to be a part of their program and that he likes me as an athlete. He says I will get my first shot at quarterback."

Liam definitely prefers to be a signal caller. Other than quarterback he could be a possible safety.

He has visited Vanderbilt and will visit Harvard this weekend. He has also been on a ton of unofficial visits to BC and Minnesota so he doesn't feel he needs to visit either of them officially. He says Harvard is currently recruiting him the hardest.

He is being recruited to CU by Coach Okruch, who was in his home this afternoon.

On the field, Liam describes himself as a player with toughness, and one that is a fierce competitor.

When asked what really attracts him to Colorado he replied,"I love to go skiing and I really like Coach Barnett. Those are the two main things."

O'Hagan figures that he will decide within a week or two after his Harvard visit.

He carries a 3.4 GPA and scored an 1180 on his SAT. Liam would like to major in Business.


BuffStampede Top Stories