Tarik Hagan signs letter of intent for Wildcats | Enumclaw

Hagan was a solid performed on both sides of the ball for EHS, but is being viewed as a defensive back when he arrives in Ellensburg. Following both his junior and senior seasons at Enumclaw, Hagan was a South Puget Sound honorable mention pick when coaches named their all-league teams. He returned one interception for a touchdown. Offensively, Hagan hauled in 26 receptions, good for 369 yards and four touchdowns.

Tarik Hagan signs with Central Washington University

Enumclaw High’s Tarik Hagan recently signed a national letter-of-intent, committing to play football next season for the Central Washington University Wildcats.

Hagan was a solid performed on both sides of the ball for EHS, but is being viewed as a defensive back when he arrives in Ellensburg. Following both his junior and senior seasons at Enumclaw, Hagan was a South Puget Sound honorable mention pick when coaches named their all-league teams. He returned one interception for a touchdown. Offensively, Hagan hauled in 26 receptions, good for 369 yards and four touchdowns.

During his senior campaign, Hagan (6-2, 205) was a Hornet team captain. He also received all-league honors as a member of the EHS track and field team.

The Wildcats signed 19 players to letters-of-intent, all from the state of Washington. Five of those, including Hagan, are defensive backs.Central Washington, which plays in the Great Northern Athletic Conference, finished its 2014 season with a three-game winning streak. The squad went 7-4 overall and 4-2 in league play, placing second in coach Ian Shoemaker’s first year at the helm.

 

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