Washington lands commitment from Kapolei’s Buelow

Kapolei's Julius Buelow, a 6-foot-8, 320-pound offensive lineman, committed to Washington. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

Kapolei offensive lineman Julius Buelow is the latest Hawaii prep football recruit to commit to the University of Washington.

The 6-foot-8, 320-pound senior announced his commitment on Twitter, picking the Huskies out of an offer sheet that includes Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Fresno State, Hawaii, Kansas State, New Mexico, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, TCU, UCLA, Utah, Utah State, Virginia and Washington State.

Only four players in the senior class from Hawaii have more offers.

Buelow is the fourth player from Hawaii to commit to Washington in the class of 2019, joining Kahuku linebacker Miki Ah You, Kaimuki defensive lineman Sama Paama and Punahou kicker Tim Horn.

The Huskies are also in the running for Saint Louis defensive tackle Faatui Tuitele, who has Washington in his final five along with Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Texas.

Washington is in the top eight for Kahuku offensive lineman Enokk Vimahi along with Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, UCLA, Virginia and USC.

Buelow was a Star-Advertiser All-State third-team selection as a junior.

For an updated list of recruits from Hawaii, click here.

COMMENTS

  1. 1Highlight September 30, 2018 4:44 pm

    Project but can’t teach size and strength. UW under Peterson has a strong hx of significantly improving performance for the next level. He can be another Lincoln Kennedy.


  2. Kamehameha #! October 11, 2018 8:11 am

    Hernandez always does a good job promoting the Kapolei kids! I give him credit for that, but non of them really materialized and developed into the players Hernandez said they were going to be! Yeah he has the size but, I’ve watched him play enough and here is my evaluation.
    This kid need to play basketball more and improve his lateral movements. He also need to do explosive type work out to develop his legs strength. My advise is to do it now (Start doing lateral movements and explosive training) because your height may turn out to be a disadvantages for you!


  3. TooMeke October 19, 2018 7:53 am

    UDUB!!! GOOOOOOOOOO HUSKIES!!


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