Fennegan of course, was fired up to receive the news from the in-state school.
"I'm very thankful for the offer from North Texas," Fennegan explained.
"I've worked extremely hard for the opportunity to play football in college and for them to recognize my abilities means a lot to me. I really like the coaching staff of North Texas and principals they instill in their players."
As a junior, Fennegan passed for 2,965 yards and rushed for 317 yards, scoring an impressive 51 total touchdowns. He earned 12-5A All-District MVP honors.
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Scout Eval: Fennegan is a quarterback who is able to make a bevy of plays with the football in his hands. He seems to have a real feel for the pocket and works well outside of the pocket or on the run. Fennegan has a quick release and while he is not a dual-threat he moves well enough to be a running threat in crunch situations or if running lanes are left open. He is arm will add natural strength as he adds mass and power to his frame with age.