2018 WVU prospect Tyson Bagent does nothing but win. The 6’2 215 lb pro-style quarterback has had a flawless record the last two seasons leading the nationally ranked Martinsburg Bulldogs.
Bagent looks to finish his high school career an impressive 28-0 as the lead signal caller for the defending AAA state champions.
While that is impressive enough, the statistics Bagent has put up are even more impressive. Below are his passing stats this season…
Now what if I told you these stats were only for the first half of each game this season? Exactly! Bagent has thrown for 1943 yards, 30 touchdowns to only 4 interceptions all in the first half of games this season.
Why you ask? Martinsburg has been so dominant on the field that Bagent has not had the opportunity to play much in the second half of games.
The senior QB has a total of 35 touchdown passes this season, meaning he has only thrown 5 after halftime. Could you imagine the statistics he could accumulate if he were to play entire games?
So what is next for Bagent? He is still highly interested in the Mountaineers but has started to gain interest from other division 1 schools as well as JMU, ranked #1 in the nation in FCS and Shepherd University, a perennial division 2 national contender out of Shepherdstown, WV ranked #3 in the nation.
The Mountaineers currently have eight offers out to pro-style quarterbacks in the 2018 class, not including Tyson. But rest assured, Bagent, a 4.0+ student, has the ability and knowledge to compete with anyone in this years recruiting class.
Photo credit Martinsburg Journal-News