A good student studies!

In just one week, wide receiver Alex Lagemann, 6-2, 206 expects to finish his junior year in high school and he also expects to keep his perfect grade point in tact. School is out next Friday (6/16) and after a week of final exams Lagemann thinks he'll have no worse than a 4.0 GPA.

Alex Lagemann is a wide receiver prospect that shined during the Stanford Nike camp when he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.53 seconds. Not surprising because his best time in track this season was 11 seconds flat in the 100 meters.

His speed and his receiving skills are what caught the eye of many college coaches. Right now Alex has offers from Oregon, California, BYU, Boise State and San Jose State.

What makes him a good receiver?

"My hands and my route running skills," Lagemann responded.

No doubt the kid has some good study habits too that coaches find attractive in a prospective player.

Lagemann's immediate plans are to prepare for his last week and finals, after that he will attend a camp at Cal (6/17). Then he'll head north to visit Eugene and the University of Oregon. He also managed to find time to fit in a camp at Stanford that just completed.

The top-3 programs that Lagemann is interested in are Stanford, Cal and Oregon. Being from the Bay Area makes Stanford and Cal obvious choices due to the reputation of the schools and the proximity of the campuses. Oregon draws his interest for a couple of reasons. One is that he has become a friend of Coach Nick Aliotti and secondly Oregon's psychology and business programs are top notched in his eyes.

Lagemann carries a 4.0 GPA and hopes to have a 4.01 GPA after finals. He scored 1960 on his SATs.
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