Pat Coogan
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
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Pat Coogan

Offensive Lineman
6′5″ / 305 lbs
Chicago, IL
Marist
Class of 2021
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 88.0
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Notre Dame
Committed
4/15/2020
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Jason Howell
6 mo ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M offers fast rising 2021 standout
Texas A&M has been extending offers to some top offensive line talents. On Thursday the Aggies extended a few 2022 offers. Friday, a new 2021 offensive line offer was extended with Chicago (IL) Marist standout Pat Coogan receiving the news.https://twitter.com/coogs53/status/1246155024096468993?s=20"It's a big deal to me," Coogan said. "It's a great program that produces great players. I always used to watch Johnny Manziel highlights.""When I think of A&M football I always think of good, competitive football with great tradition," he added.He is in the beginning stages of his relationship with Texas A&M offensive line coach Josh Henson, but he looks forward to developing the relationship.In addition to Texas A&M, the last week has seen offers arrive from Notre Dame, Ohio State, LSU, and Oklahoma. Needless to say things have been a bit crazy and his phone has been ringing off the hook. It does not take a long look at the tape to see why. The first play shows the 6-5, 275-pound lineman deep snap and run downfield on the punt coverage team. He's the first one down the field and he makes an open field tackle of the returnman. Notre Dame, Ohio State, LSU, and Stanford have shown the most interest at this point.As he looks at his college options, a few factors stand above the rest."Academics, relationships, and great football," Coogan said.He hopes to study sports physiology, and he knows he would like to visit Notre Dame and Ohio State when the opportunity arrives.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11124113/5d7ed8b86e8b360c68c1e185
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