Anquon Fegans

  • Pos S
  • Height 6-1
  • Weight 180

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  • High School Thompson
  • City Alabaster, AL
  • Class 2025

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Evaluated 06/11/2022

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting

A good-looking safety prospect that already has some valuable experience under his belt having gotten varsity snaps as a freshman for Alabama’s 7A state champs. Well-put together at 6-foot-1, 180 pounds, but nowhere close to being maxed out, and could eventually push 200 pounds or more once lifting college. Has been utilized mainly as a deep safety early on in the prep career, but has also doubled as a nickel defender in certain situations. Tends to hold his own in man-to-man coverage and has shown that he can jump routes during offseason 7-on-7 play. Rather serviceable as an open-field tackler and seems to understand that the lower man often wins more times than not. Competitive on special teams and should offer value in both kick and punt coverage at the college of his choice. Must keep learning and evolving as a player, but the ability to quickly read and diagnose and then put himself in position to make a play is very promising. Could eventually move closer to the line of scrimmage depending on how his body fills out, but has most of the skills required to emerge as a multi-year contributor in the back seven at a top 25 program.

H.S. Athletic Background

2022: MaxPreps Sophomore All-American. In 14 games, picked off 9 passes and totaled 67 tackles for a Thompson squad, which captured its fourth-straight state title in Alabama.
2021: MaxPreps Freshman All-American. Tallied 50 tackles and 2 interceptions. Recored a takeaway in the championship game against Phenix City Central.
-Andrew Ivins


  • Tre'Quon Fegans Brother

    Former Top247 recruit that signed with Alabama in the class of 2022 and then transferred into USC.

  • Antwon Fegans Jr. Brother

    A three-star recruit in the class of 2020 that was a midyear enrollee at Arkansas State.

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