Egan made the famous fumble recovery during overtime in the 2015 Class AAA State Championship that clinched Westminster the Title. That seems like a distanct memory for a sophomore to be a starter in such an important game. His junior season he played both cornerback and wide receiver. He made a lot of progress, especially looking more explosive and attacking the ball carrier on D. We really like his potential on either side of the ball honestly, he’s a high IQ player, and can adapt quickly. With the graduation of Zay Malcome, Egan has been a focal point of the offense playing running back, wide receiver and lining up in the wildcat, which says a lot about how he has continued to progress within the Westminster program. There is nothing deceptive about Egan’s speed, it’s legit, and he can flat out burn down the field showing outstanding acceleration right off the bat. His route running has improve a lot too, and he looks very deceptive showing quick hips changing direction. Egan is a gamer, and against all competition he makes plays.