So far this season, Hutchinson has racked up over four thosand yards of total offense, and accounted for 69 touchdowns. At the same time, he's not taking all of the credit.
"I think we've got a lot of threats on our team. You can't just take away one person. You've got to guard the whole field, and that opens up a lot of things for us offensively," said Hagen Hutchinson.
This is Hutchinson's third year at the helm of his father's offense. and if you asked his dad Hagen isn't just good on the field...he's good in the huddle too.
"He's always very humble with everything he does. He gives his teammates the credit for anything that goes good in the game. To me a true leader will do that," said head coach Wayne Hutchinson.
Hagen is also a two-way player for the bulldogs. starting both at quarterback and at safety for Stamford. that just shows how much Hutchinson wants to be on the field.
"He's one of those guys, he doesn't like to come off the field. I think all great players, all great leaders, all the guys who really want to play and help their team; they dont' want to come off the field," said coach Hutchison.
Thursday Hutchinson will lead the Bulldogs on the field at cowboys stadium. It will be his last game for Stamford, and both fans and Hagen hope it ends with a state title.
"It's a good feeling. It can't get any better than that. We've worked really hard for that, this senior class, and to get to go out like that is really cool," said Hagen.