80 Zach Eagle
80 Zach Eagle
Height: 5-8
Weight: 165
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Camas, Wash.
High School: Camas HS '14
Position: WR
Experience: HS

HS: Graduated from Camas HS in 2014. He had 179 catches for 3,006 yards and 28 touchdowns in his final three years playing for the Papermakers with his father as head coach, including the last two as the main target for fellow EWU signee Reilly Hennessey. He was selected to the Seattle Times All-State team as a wide receiver and one of only 11 players selected to the offense. Was also named to the Tacoma News Tribune's All-State team for all classifications as a first team wide receiver. In addition, he was selected to the Associated Press 4A All-State team as a first team wide receiver. Named by the Seattle Times as a "Red Chip" selection as one of the top 17 prospects in the state of Washington. Eagle was also named to The Vancouver Columbian All-Region squad as a wide receiver. He earned All-4A Greater St. Helens League honors as a first team wide receiver, first team defensive back and first team kick returner. He finished his senior season by catching 65 passes for 1,282 yards and 13 touchdowns. He also rushed four times for 27 yards and a touchdown. Eagle and Hennessey led the Papermakers to a perfect 13-0 record before falling to Chiawana 27-26 in the championship game of the State 4A Playoffs. Eagle was injured in the first quarter of the title game after a 29-yard reception and did not play in the rest of the game, then watched as Chiawana scored two touchdowns in the final minute. Eagle had three touchdown catches in a 49-21 semifinal win over Bellarmine Prep. Prior to the season, Eagle was named to the Seattle Times preseason All-State team for all classifications as a wide receiver. He was also a first team selection on the Max Preps preseason All-State team (all-levels). As a junior, Eagle was named to the Seattle Times All-State team, as well as by the Associated Press as a first team 4A pick. Eagle and current EWU receiver Nic Sbelendorio were the two wide receivers named to the AP first team. Eagle was also named as the 4A GSHL co-Offensive Player of the Year and was selected to the All-4A GSHL first team as a defensive back. He had 77 catches for 1,074 yards and nine touchdowns to help Camas advance to the semifinals of the State 4A Playoffs. As a sophomore in 2012, Camas also advanced to the semifinals, as Eagle finished with 37 catches for 650 yards and six scores. He lettered a total of four times in football, and also lettered in basketball and track and field. Besides Hennessey, Eagle teammate Roldan Alcobendas (’13) also attended Camas.

Personal: Born 8/12/95 in Portland, Ore. Full name is Zachary Jon Eagle. His parents are Jon and Debbie Eagle. Jon was Zach’s head coach at Camas, and is a graduate of Linfield where he played quarterback.

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