Fairmont State commit Aaron Hazel will take his love for football to the next level

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When Largo High School senior cornerback Aaron Hazel made his college commitment to Fairmont State University on Feb. 1, he felt the school was going to be another home for him.

“The love Fairmont State welcomed me with was just amazing,” Hazel said. “They made me feel right at home, I know how the teachers are at Fairmont and I know I can get help in the classroom when I need it.”

Before committing to Fairmont State, Hazel had an offer from Alderson and Broadus University.

Hazel believed he had a great experience playing for Largo. Every time he stepped onto the field, Hazel played his heart out and gave his all.

“Playing for Largo is just a great experience and I love it,” Hazel said. “I play every game to the fullest and I’ve always finished out games strong. I just made plays for my team to win games. ”

Hazel didn’t play football during his first two years at Largo. When Hazel became a junior,  he decided to play football under Head Coach Derron Thomas.

“I have a great relationship with Coach Thomas, and the rest of the Largo coaches especially Coach Gunny. He made me the corner I am today,” Hazel said. “In the summer, he would take me to the field to better my defensive back skills.”

Hazel will join Gonzaga running back Tyree Randolph, who is the Purple Eagles’ all-time rushing leader, at Fairmont. Hazel’s top priority is to play at the highest level when the season comes around.

“I plan on giving the team my all every practice, film study, and in the game. I put my heart and soul in the game of football,” Hazel said.

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