Ra'Shede Hageman, DL -- Minnesota - Anybody heard of him?

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  • Never mind, looks like he decided to stay in school, next year...

    Was reading an old Tony Pauline article and he had this to say:

    Ra'Shede Hageman, DL -- Minnesota: Hageman, a former tight end, is in the midst of a breakout season and has scouts salivating. Lining up on the nose of Minnesota's four-man line, Hageman displays the ability to control the line of scrimmage or make plays in the opponents' backfield. He's totaled 6½ tackles for loss and five sacks this season and Hageman is still developing on the defensive line. The junior is likely to enter the draft and expected to be a top 120 choice.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/tony_pauline/11/10/risers-sliders-week-11/index.html
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  • MINNEAPOLIS — University of Minnesota defensive tackle Ra'Shede Hageman is an intimidating figure. The Minneapolis native and redshirt junior stands at 6-foot-6 and weighs just a hair over 300 pounds.

    Through two games in the Gophers' 2012 season, Hageman has been a force to be reckoned with on Minnesota's defensive line. He has three sacks, including two this past Saturday against New Hampshire. Hageman's three sacks on the season are currently tied for most in the Big Ten, along with Purdue's Kawann Short and Penn State freshman Deion Barnes.


    http://www.foxsportsnorth.com/09/11/12/Hageman-becoming-force-for-Gophers-defen/landing_gophers.html?blockID=788699
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    I like him already. This defense could use some bar fight muscle the next time they blow out a team 58-0.
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  • Doesn't have the faintest clue how to use his arms, and his awareness is terrible, but my spidey sense tells me he could be on the radar for us later in the draft. He looks like he has long arms, and his strength is pretty damn impressive. He certainly looks physically like a guy that will be playing on Sundays. I think Seattle would feel better stashing a developmental DT with huge upside over someone like Jaye Howard who will probably always be a 3rd down specialist.
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  • He has good size but, I still can't figure out if he declared or not. I think. He stayed in school.
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  • Ra'Shede Hagerman he sounds like he'd make a good Seahawk. YAH!
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  • ivotuk wrote:He has good size but, I still can't figure out if he declared or not. I think. He stayed in school.


    You got it - he returned for his senior season (Link). Maybe next year.
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