San Bernardino Aquinas RB Headed to NAU

J.P. Ragan, an all-purpose player from San Bernardino Aquinas, received an offer from NAU and will play for the Lumberjacks...

From NFF, San Bernardino County Release:

JP Ragan, Running Back/Linebacker/Defensive End from Aquinas High School in San Bernardino County was extended a scholarship offer from Northern Arizona University on Sunday, and made a verbal commitment to the Lumberjacks.

Ragan, a 5'10", 215 pound player, was the Offensive MVP of the Christian League. He rushed for 1,293 yards on the season, and had the highest yard per carry average in San Bernardino County at 9.11 YPC. Ragan scored 110 points on the season - and started at Middle LB for the San Bernardino County team in the Riverside Vs. San Bernardino County All-Star game and also played at RB in the game.

In addition to being named Christian league Offensive MVP, Ragan was selected 3rd Team All-San Bernardino County by the San Bernardino County Sun and was ranked amongst the Top-50 players in San Bernardino County by the San Bernardino County National Football Foundation. He is projected to play RB at NAU.

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