St. Francis sophomore lands Oregon offer

St. Francis sophomore left tackle Ope Laloulu landed a scholarship offer from Oregon. Photo by Jerry Campany/Star-Advertiser.

St. Francis sophomore offensive lineman Ope Laloulu landed his first scholarship offer from Oregon today, Saints coach Kip Akana said.

Laloulu, the starting left tackle for the Saints (5-2, 3-1 ILH Division II), is 6-foot-7 and 340 pounds.

“He can run too,” Akana said. “He doesn’t fit the bill of big for nothing, I can tell you that.”

Laloulu is the 11th known sophomore currently in Hawaii with at least one scholarship offer.

He was offered by Oregon defensive line coach Joe Salave’a according to Akana.

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