Q & A with Northview DT Cordian Hagans
JM: What was it during your visit that made you decide to commit to LSU?
Hagans: "I just felt like that was the place for me. Between the coaching staff, the academic support, the players, and everything all-around, when I stepped on the campus, I knew it was just the place for me."
JM: How many offers do you have now?
Hagans: I have over 20 offers?
JM: How solid is your commitment to LSU?
Hagans: I don't think I'll be changing my mind. I'm pretty much done with the recruiting process. I'm pretty much going to LSU.
JM: Are you planning any other official visits?
Hagans: I'm probably just taking my official visit to LSU in September. That's probably going to me the only one.
JM: What do you need to improve on this upcoming season?
Hagans: I just want to improve on my strength and quickness. I want to improve on my overall game. I don't think there is one in particular thing, I just want to work hard and improve on everything that I can.
JM: We have you listed as 6-foot-4, 263-pounds. What size are you now?
Hagans: I'm 6-5, 285.
Player profile: Cordian Hagans
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