QB Gets 2nd Offer

This highly accurate, highly elusive QB from a powerhouse HS has many schools interested. There are few other QB's in the country with his skill set and Texas State is the latest to extend him an offer.

Ryan Agnew is one serious prospect out of South Lake Carroll HS in the Dallas area. Agnew is 6'1, 175 lbs, runs a 4.5 40 and is much harder to bring down than his frame gives him credit for. On top of his ability to break free of the pocket and punish defenses, he also possesses top level accuracy and control in the passing game.

"Its my responsibility to distribute and protect the ball as the leader of the offense, I am good at using my speed to break free, but i think what sets me apart is my accuracy. I always try and put the ball in the perfect position where only my receiver can make a play on the ball," said Agnew on what sets him apart from other QB's in his class.

Ryan finished with 3,148 passing yards, 31 passing touchdowns, and just seven interceptions, while gaining 1,252 yards and scoring 20 touchdowns on the ground. Possibly the most eye catching stat was his completion percentage, completing three out of every four (75%) passes he threw last season, topping just about every other QB in the state. Agnew received District MVP honors while being named to the All-Area Team and All-State.

With Texas State recently offering, the Bobcats now join Houston on his offer list. Agnew did tell us that he's pretty clear in what he wants from a program.

"I'm looking for a school that has good academics, a strong coaching foundation, and a type of offense that fits my style of play," said Agnew.

Oregon State, Indiana, Tulsa, Colorado, and Texas, all plan on coming to see him this spring, and better make an offer soon if they plan on it at all. Agnew says he would like to have his decision made before his first game next season. This time factor could play a pivotal role in his recruitment, and we could have a surprise decision possibly made as early as this summer.

"I plan on waiting until spring ball is over, and then I plan to make my visits to at least Texas State, Houston, and whoever else decides to extend me an offer. From there I plan to make my decision based on my visits and my connection with the coaching staffs."

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