The latest on record-setting QB Liam O'Hagan

6-2, 205-pound quarterback Liam O'Hagan of Minneapolis (MN) Breck will play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas January 3rd. O'Hagan completed 18 of 28 passes for 285 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to a 51-14 victory over Kingsland in the Class AA championship game. He completed 225 of 337 passes for 3,818 yards and 55 touchdowns (a state record he broke earlier this season) and just seven interceptions. O'Hagan also broke the state record for passing yards.

Liam O'Hagan was named to the Star Tribune All-Metro team and AP All-State team. He is also a standout strong safety who was named Tri-Metro Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore while playing linebacker. O'Hagan also plays shortstop on the baseball team. His brother is a pitcher at Stanford, which is recruiting Liam, although they have yet to make an offer.

O'Hagan visited Vanderbilt Oct. 17, Colorado Nov. 28 and Harvard Dec. 5. He plans to visit Princeton and Stanford in January. Princeton is the lone school to tell him that he can play both football and baseball.

O'Hagan played both sides of the field in high school, but all the schools recruiting him have told him that they are looking at him exclusively as a quarterback.

Minnesota has received commitments from five high school quarterbacks and a junior college signal caller already, so they are not really in the picture.

Gary O'Hagan, Liam's father, works for IMG, one of the biggest sports agency in the country. He represents former Viking head coach Denny Green.

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