UConn Receives QB Richard Lagow’s Letter Of Intent

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UConn Athletic Communications — February 15, 2013 – Lagow Signs Letter Of Intent

STORRS, Con. (Feb. 15, 2013) — Richard Lagow, a 6-6, 213-pound quarterback from Plano, Texas, and Plano Senior High School has signed a National Letter of Intent to enroll at the University of Connecticut. Lagow becomes the 23rd member of UConn’s incoming class of freshmen.

Lagow was named 2012 All-District 10-5A first team at Plano. He was 109 for 182 in passing as a senior for 1,968 yards and eight touchdowns. Plano played in Conference 5A Division I playoffs. As a junior, Lagow was 119 for 221 in the air for 1,653 yards and 13 TDs.

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8 thoughts on “UConn Receives QB Richard Lagow’s Letter Of Intent

  1. jack54

    Hold on Husky fans. Very few true freshmen QB’s start right away. No matter the potential,that’s a huge jump from high school to D-1. Red shirt Laglow + Boyle. Much rather save the year of eligibility and have them down the road as 5th year seniors.

  2. JD

    Good to hear.
    It seems on paper we have certainly upgraded the QB position the last 2 recruiting classes. Hopefully this translates to the field.
    This upcoming season is going to be interesting with the QB position. If Whitmer beats out Cochran he will have the shortest leash of any player. This is a Crucial season for Pasqualoni(another loosing season and he’s retired).

  3. ROADRUNNER

    Welcome Richard Lagow and family to the DOG POUND… Look forward to labeling you as “The Texas Gunslinger” from UCONN!!

  4. Eric

    I am excited to see Laglow sign. What Uconn has been missing these last 10 years is a true QB competition. We had warm bodies but they had a max point in their talent that could not be overcome. All those men who came and are here are great kids. Kids that are good leaders and reps to our university. I believe that someone will leave. My money is on losing one or two after spring practice and depth chart coming out. I see Kivon Taylor moving to WR or defensive back for his athleticism.

  5. FrankyB

    Welcome aboard Richard! You are a terrific addition to the 2013 class. This LOI completes what I believe is the best recruiting class in UConn’s history.

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