College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy League First Team at wide receiver and Third Team at kick returner.
Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... All-Ivy League Second Team at wide receiver ... named the team’s Earl Hamilton Freshman Award winner as the player who has made the most outstanding contribution to his team, displays the friendliness, sense of humor, and appreciation of the outdoors ... second in the conference in both receptions (56) and receiving yards (706), fourth in kickoff return average (19.4) ... led the team in all-purpose yards on the season (1,002) and in five of the 10 games ... caught at least one pass in every contest ... had a modest debut, catching one pass for eight yards in the 22-21 win over 22nd-ranked New Hampshire, though he had a 39-yard catch wiped out by a penalty ... scored his first collegiate points at Holy Cross on a 10-yard end around, plus caught three passes for 62 yards and returned a kick for 16 more in the 35-10 romp, earning Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors ... led Big Green receivers with nine receptions, gathering 86 yards against Penn ... posted a season-long 27-yard kickoff return among his three attempts in the 20-17 win over Towson ... first of three 100-yard games came at Columbia, hauling in three passes for 114 yards, including his lone TD reception going for 65 yards, the longest play of the season for the BIg Green ... grabbed 11 passes for 118 yards the following week against Harvard, plus returned five kickoffs for a total of 92 yards ... along with a two-yard rush, recorded a season-best 202 all-purpose yards ... contributed five catches and 69 yards in the 17-13 win at Cornell ... biggest receiving game came in the home finale against Brown, snaring 13 throws (tied for third all-time at Dartmouth) for 171 yards — both of which are Big Green freshman records ... ended season with six catches for 46 yards at Princeton.
Three-time letterman for Kirk Marnn at Manvel ... two-star receiver who caught 36 passes for 595 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior ... averaged 16.5 yards per reception ... helped team go 39-5 over last four years, winning district title each time ... finished high school career with 62 grabs for 992 yards ... captained team as a senior ... Vype Top 100 Houston in final season ... selected all-district first team ... Touchdown Club of Houston Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior.
Full name is Hunter Franklin Hagdorn ... son of Frank Hagdorn and LInda Henry has one brother ... born on Nov. 21, 1997 in Houston ... first member of his family to attend college ... likely economics major with an eye on the business world ... offers from Illinois and Colorado State as well as Harvard and Cornell.
Complete Career Statistics