2019 LB Hagarty Ready To Hit The Road

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Cathedral (IN) LB Richie Hagarty holds 2 Power 5 offers and updated me on what’s next for his recruiting. Head coach Bill Peebles also gave me his thoughts on Hagarty on and off the field.

Richie Hagarty

Outside Linebacker/Defensive End
Indianapolis, IN
GPA: 3.50/4.00
Commitment status: Undecided
Twitter: @HagartyRichie
Ht: 6’3″
Wt: 225 lbs
Class: 2019

LPI: Do you have any offers at the moment? Also, what schools have shown serious interest in you or may be close to offering?

RH: Yes, Boston College and IU. Purdue, UK, Duke, Louisville, Minnesota, Vanderbilt, Iowa, Northwestern, Michigan State, Toledo, Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Miami (Ohio), Ball State and Bowling Green.

LPI: Do you have any planned visits set? If so, where at and when?

RH: As of now I do not. I plan to get to Boston again soon.

LPI: What was it like starting on varsity at such a young age and how do you think that experience will help you moving forward?

RH: It’s a growing experience. It helps you develop as a player and a person.

LPI: Tell me what you’ve been doing to take your game to the next level. Also, do you play any other sports in the offseason?

RH: I have been hitting the weight room very hard. Along with speed training at Sparx in Fishers to become more explosive and quick. I am running the 100 and throwing discus for track.

LPI: Who are some of your teammates or training partners that you believe can play at the next level, but have gone overlooked by college coaches?

Zion Johnson – 6’5″ 335lbs, massive frame. Great natural strength, fast fee for his size, learning to work hard.

Judah Officer – Quick Hands, moves well, plays multiple positions on DL.

Blake Kaufman – Great feet and speed, started every game junior year. Great frame to put on weight and stay athletic. Hand placement is phenomenal.

Chon’Dre Cissel – Small frame, but runs like a bull. Very fast and agile, split time with 4 star running back, could play college ball.

Evan Dawn – Blooming into a great receiver, works hard can make plays.

Orin Edwards – Great player and athlete, can throw and run if he needed to. Limited playing time.

Shilo Means – Amazing athlete, due to injury he didn’t play much. Bloomed very well at the end of the season. Works very hard.

William Chapmen – Great worth ethic, has a great frame to do good things. Blooming into an athlete.

Quinton Canon – Very well built, speedy and agile at the linebacker position.

Will Gohen – Amazing frame, but due to injury didn’t play much. Room to be an athlete.

Tex Elliot – Great frame with room to grow. Big body that can move and has great hands.

Johnny Leffel – Very reckless, but smart. Hard headed, fast and agile.

Joe Finnel – Good frame to grow, big body that can grow even more.

Charlie Brady – Hardworking, leader, blooming maturing athlete at OLB/S. Tall and room to add weight to his frame.

Grant Monesmith – Great work ethic, coachable, makes plays, injuries limited him junior year.

Danny Brady – Young athlete, limited playing time due to injury, great work ethic, room to grow, hard headed, aggressive player.

Haven Montefalco – Multi sport athelte, great frame to play at the next level, playmaker, room to put on weight.

Bo Sanders – Multi guy can do anything you ask. Great athlete, loves the game. A leader and a playmaker.

Daylen Hall – Extremely fast and agile, not much time due to 2 running backs, but he can play.

Jordan Thomas – Very fast and agile blooming into an athlete. Can do it all with room to grow. His brother is at Northwestern.

Coach’s Corner

Cathedra Head Coach Bill Peebles on Hagarty on and off the field

“Richie is a great kid. I’ve been here a very short time and it became very apparent that not only does he have great tools on the field but he has great tools off of it as well.”