A year ago, Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian quarterback Kramer Hagan committed to Portland State, and signed with them in February.
The Vikings coaches also saw plenty of Hagan's younger brother, Spencer Hagan, a receiver for Capital Christian. This week, the Portland State coaches made their first attempt to reunite Spencer and Kramer.
"(Coach) Jerry Glanville and Mouse Davis just gave Spencer a written offer," said their father, Scott. "They know he is getting a lot of interest from Pac-10 schools but are
trying to get in his head and heart early to play with his brother."
The idea of the Hagan's playing together in college isn't far-fetched.
"Spencer is taking this offer serious," said Scott Hagan. "But we will see how everyhing
plays out this summer."
And Davis' pass-happy offense is expected to be the norm in the Rose City.
"Coach Davis told him that Portland State will be throwing the ball more than any school in the country," said Scott. "Only SMU with June
jones will throw as much."
Numerous other schools are showing interest in Hagan as well, including Washington and Washington State, Cal and UCLA.
During the 2007 season, Hagan had 52 catches for 928 yards and helped Capital Christian to the CIF-Sac Joaquin Section championship game.
Academically, Hagan has a 3.5 GPA and scored a 1500 on the SAT as a sophomore.