The 6'4", 220-pound native of Lynden, Washington is aiming for year two of his stay in Mexico. This time he will try to lead the Gallos Negros to their first ever Tazón México after the team fell to the Fundidores de Monterrey by a score of 18-14 in Tazón México V.
Last season, the 25-year-old signal caller played in the now defunct Fútbol Americano de México, starting the first three games of the season for the Tiburones de Cancún. He didn’t play in the next two due to injury and then was traded to the Tequileros de Jalisco where he played the final three games. In the five games he played, Hazlett had a 63% completion percentage, 1,166 passing yards, 12 passing touchdowns and six interceptions. He was also effective in the running game too, rushing for 161 yards on 23 attempts and a touchdown.