Last summer was good to Hogan. He grew leaner in the offseason and attended several large summer camps, including one at Tulsa that netted him an early offer from the Golden Hurricanes.
He brought that momentum into the preseason, and was effective for North in both scrimmages. With the T-Wolves against loaded in the passing game with Cornwell under center, Hogan offers a balance they haven’t been able to achieve since coach Wade Standley arrived two years ago.
And that’s a luxury Standley is grateful to have.
“I’ve been really impressed with his work ethic,” Standley said. “He’s had a great preseason, but he’s not satisfied with where he’s at. He’s still focused on getting better.”
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