Former Del Oro quarterback Mason Magleby has transferred from Nevada to Sacramento State, where he starts school on Monday.
Magleby completed his sophomore season with Nevada as the No. 3 quarterback. He passed for 109 yards this past season and four touchdowns with no interceptions. Magleby joins a Sac State program also deep in quarterback play, though Hornets coach Marshall Sperbeck invites position competition.
Magleby was a three-sport star at Del Oro, also in basketnball and baseball, where he was a Bee All-Metro pitcher and was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles. In football, he helped the Golden Eagles win three consecutive SFL titles. He was a senior captian and team MVP in 2007, passing for 1,900 yards and rushing for 700.
In other Del Oro news: Del Oro senior tight end Tanner Huber will be a preferred walk on at BYU, where he reports in June. Huber was a key piece to Del Oro's Sierra Foothill League title team, one that went on to claim the program's eighth Sac-Joaquin Section championship with a Division III repeat and was the lone section team to play for a state title.
Also from Del Oro, Bee Defensive Player linebacker Alex Bertrando has accepted a scholarship to Nevada. He picked the Pack early in the season.
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