Posted On: 02/15/19 3:00 PM

Seaside's success has often come from its senior class and that certainly is the case this year. But the Seagulls also have a significant contributor in their lineup this year that's a junior and that young man is Ryan Hague. The hard-nosed 6-foot-2, 180-pound guard has been working his tail off on both ends of the floor, doing all he can to fire up his team as Seaside chases a third consecutive 4A title.

Watch the Seagulls play and you'll immediately notice Hague. He plays with maximum effort and his motor is endless. Hague can score from the perimeter or off the bounce and he's got a spot where he really operates well from. "My favorite area is that free throw line high post area and I feel like I can work hard there," Hague said. "I can get people open there and drive and get my points there - I love shooting that shot. I also feel like I've gotten a lot better at that one-dribble pull-up."

Even though he's just a junior, Hague has started to get the attention of college coaches. While he declined to name specific schools, he's currently hearing from some Division III and NAIA

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