Virginia associate head coach and wide receiver coach Marquez Hagans will leave the UVA football program after 11 seasons to become Penn State’s next wide receiver coach, On3’s Matt Zenitz first reported Monday morning. .
Hagans will replace Taylor Stubblefield as the next wide receiver coach on Penn State’s James Franklin staff, and will serve as co-defensive coordinator and safety coach at Penn State, another UVA alumnus and former Virginia coach, Anthony. Join Poindexter.
As an icon of the Virginia Football Program, Marques Hagans leaves a lasting legacy as a coach and player. From 2002 to 2005 he served as a quarterback at UVA until 2005. Hagans, who served as a four-year letter winner, currently has a career at the University of Virginia where he ranks 10th in total offense with 4,877 yards in passing. 5,779 yards, which ranks him seventh. In 2016, he was drafted by the Rams in the fifth round. spent in
Hagans began his coaching career with UVA as an alumni assistant in 2011 and became a wide receiver coach in 2013. He had served three different head coaching terms under Mike London, Bronco his Mendenhall, and Tony his Elliot, who promoted Hagans. Appointed as Associate Head Coach in early 2022.
Hagans has coached nine of the top 15 wide receivers in Virginia football history and has arguably coached the ACC’s most productive receiving core in both the 2019 and 2021 seasons. The list of notable wide receivers coached by Hagans is long and impressive and includes Oramid Zassho, Chris Byrd, Hasiseh Dubois, Darius Jennings, Billy Kemp, Joe Reed, Kanan Severin, Terrell Jannah, Dontayvion Wicks, Ketaon Thompson, And Ravel Davis Jr.
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The task of filling the position of wide receiver coach in Virginia will be a tremendous challenge for Tony Elliott. And, just like Marquez Hagans, you can connect with players who matter to UVA football.
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