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Darius Bagan
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wallington, NJ

High School:
Queen of Peace

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 243

Position:
LB

2009 Season
Appeared in five games...finished the season with 16 tackles (seven solo) and 1.5 tackles for a loss...tallied three tackles against NC State...made five tackles at Virginia Tech...registered three tackles and a TFL at Clemson...recorded five tackles, two of them solo, and had a TFL against Kent State...recipient of the Joseph Ramos, M.D. '77 Football Scholarship.

2008 Season
Valuable scout team member.

2007 Season
Valuable scout team member.

2006 Season
Redshirted.

High School
Earned Associated Press All-State second-team honors as a senior running back/linebacker at Queen of Peace High School...gained All-North Jersey and All-Bergen County first-team accolades in 2005...was an All-Bergen County Scholastic League (American Division) first-team selection in 2005...led the Golden Griffins to 11 wins and a NJSIAA Parochial Group 2 runner-up finish in 2005...recorded 72 tackles, including seven sacks in his senior season; made one interception and recovered four fumbles...ran the ball 85 times for 758 yards (8.9 avg.) and nine touchdowns; also caught 25 passes for 569 yards and six touchowns...also returned kicks (five returns for 204 yards and one touchdown) and split kickoff duties for the Griffins...played for head coach Andrew Cerco...played the 2002-04 seasons at Garfield High School; played quarterback and safety as sophomore and junior...played in the 2006 Governor's Bowl, which pits the top high school seniors in New Jersey against their New York counterparts...was also a four-year member of his schools' basketball and baseball teams; earned All-League honors in both sports.

Personal
Darius Bagan, born January 6, 1988... enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Darius and his sister Monica are the children of Maria and John Bagan.

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