We recently ran an article on the "Top 10" quarterback prospects in the Midwest and it was a talented bunch of signal callers indeed. However, another quarterback is emerging and he could jump in the "Top 10" by August.
Liam O'Hagan, a 6-foot-2, 205-pounder from Minneapolis (Minn.) Breck, is a terrific athlete that will be a four-year varsity starter in 2003.
O'Hagan was a linebacker as a freshman and as a sophomore and also saw time as a running back as a sophomore.
2002 was Liam's first year playing the quarterback position, and the college recruiters were extremely impressed with his skill and talent level.
"I have offers from Boston College, Vanderbilt and "The U" (Minnesota)." O'Hagan said.
"I've visited both Boston College and Stanford this summer.
"My favorites are Stanford, Harvard, Virginia, Vanderbilt, Boston College and Minnesota."
Liam O'Hagan and highly touted defensive back Brandon Robinson are teammates at Breck. Are they looking to play their college football together as well?
"Who knows right now. I think Brandon and I will probably go our separate ways but we'll see." O'Hagan said.
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