The ball simply went through his hands.
Not a problem.
Fagg, from nearby Quincy, continues to make nice progress this preseason. In fact, Monday's scrimmage marked the first time Fagg has played in Doak Campbell Stadium as a Seminole.
Fagg missed spring drills following minor surgery on his knee.
"It was great. I had fun. That was my first time actually in Doak playing and it felt great," Fagg said.
Fagg, a sure-handed receiver known for his toughness, dropped a potential reception on a drag pattern across the middle.
"I just dropped it. I was mad because it went right thru my hands," Fagg said and smiled. "We had a lot of running plays and I tried my best to work on my blocking."
"Everything is coming along great. Coach wants us familiar with the formations and plays, and I have all that down pat and I am ready to go," Fagg said.
"My knee feels great. After certain practices it feels sore but when I wake up in the next day, I don't have any pain and I am ready to go. The rotation is going great, everyone is getting a lot of reps.
"The older guys are helping everyone with the routes. We are working together very well."