Future Coug Isaiah Hodgins breaks bone, plays on and catches six more TD passes

FOUR-STAR wide receiver and future Cougar Isaiah Hodgins fractured his clavicle during a passing tournament this weekend. And then he went out and caught six more TD passes.

Hodgins (6-3, 190) was injured in the third of five games during the event.  But that didn't stop the highlight reel catches. 

Hodgins helped lead Berean Christian High to a perfect 5-0 mark in the passing tournament that featured several of the best schools in the state, including De La Salle and Pittsburg.

Berean Christian head coach James Hodgins, who is also Isaiah's father, told CF.C his son wouldn't be out of action for long. Doctors say Isaiah should be able to play in about four weeks.

Hodgins verbally committed to Washington State in early May over Michigan, Nebraska and others. Oregon and others have since made a strong push for the Cougar verbal but Hodgins has stayed firm in his commitment to Washington State.

He is rated four stars and the No. 6 wide receiver prospect out West, and No. 50 nationally.

As a junior in 2015, Hodgins had a monster year for Berean Christian, hauling in 94 receptions for 1,483 yards with 23 touchdowns. Berean Christian was the runner up last season in the North Coast Section Division 5 championship game.

He played under Cougar running backs coach Jim Mastro when Mastro was at San Jose State (1995).  Mastro is WSU's area recruiter for Isaiah.

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