Posted On: 04/23/21 12:04 PM

How does a high school football player balance helping his high school team in the short term while doing what he needs to do to make himself more desirable to college recruiters? Typically, that is not hard, but what if your high school position is not going to be what you are playing in college? Finding that balance will be a key for Hutchinson’s Colin Nagel Colin Nagel 6'3" | TE Hutchinson | 2022 State MN , the success of the Tigers, and his football future.

"The season went well, but I have a lot to improve on," Nagel admitted. "I made the switch from tight end to quarterback. This year was my first time starting at quarterback. It was a change, but I got better as the season went on. I am looking forward to next year. I think I am ready to make some noise."

Obviously, the change to quarterback was an adjustment.

"I have been playing tight end and defensive end pretty much up to last year," Nagel said. "I had been practicing at quarterback, but I had never played in a game. It was different having to lead the whole offense. It was different having to know what everyone has to do on the field.

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