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November 15, 2008 ? Washburn (Minn.) senior Ra?Shede Hageman is rated the nation?s No. 12 tight end in the ESPNU 150 and has offers from some of the nation?s top college football programs. Hageman is lucky to be where he is today. Before he turned 7, Hageman and his younger brother, Xavier, lived in 12 foster homes. Their mother spent time in prison while their father died when they were toddlers. However, in 1997, Hageman and his brother, who are black, were adopted by a married white couple, Eric Hageman and Jill Coyle. Their lives have been a lot better since, allowing Ra'Shede to rise above his past and have a bright future as a football player....