Cougar Conversations: Gary Nagy

He was a star at Kahuku High School. Now, the Red Raider-turned-Cougar talks about being in Provo and what it's like playing at the college level.
November 2, 2007

ScoutTV: Kahuku Cougars

KAHUKU, Oahu - The Kahuku Red Raider secondary had arguably the top safety tandem in high school football - Gary Nagy and Shiloah Te'o. Nagy was the elder statesman, having committed to BYU last year, and Te'o just pledged his future to the Cougars as well. Here's some highlight reels of the two in action this past season.
July 3, 2007

Kahuku Corner is Cougar Bound

Gary Nagy from Kahuku High School decided to follow in one of his famous neighbor's footsteps and play in BYU's defensive secondary. Nagy was one of two Hawaiians who performed well enough at BYU's summer football camp to earn a scholarship offer from Cougar coaches.
July 9, 2006

Red Raider Gets BYU Offer

BYU and the Utah are hot on the trail of a versatile athlete from Hawaiian island of Oahu. Although schools from several conferences are recruiting the defensive back, he favors a Mountain West university.
June 26, 2006