Hawaii offers ’21 prospect from Saint Louis

Saint Louis defensive back Isaiah Tufaga, shown forcing a fumble against Punahou last season, isn’t the only Tufaga holding a scholarship offer. Jamm Aquino / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Welcome the class of 2021 to our football recruiting database.

Saint Louis freshman-to-be Mason Tufaga, the younger brother of Isaiah Tufaga, a starting defensive back on the Crusaders’ state title winning team last season, tweeted today that he has received his first scholarship offer from Hawaii.

Tufaga, who is 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds, is the first player from Hawaii in the class of 2021 to receive a college scholarship offer to our knowledge.

Isaiah Tufaga, who made the All-State second team at safety as a junior, is one of six incoming high school seniors to hold at least seven Division I scholarship offers.

Tufaga’s offer sheet includes Oregon State in the Pac-12 and Vanderbilt in the SEC, as well as Hawaii, Utah State, Fresno State, Nevada and UNLV.

COMMENTS

  1. Meetloaf June 7, 2017 3:27 pm

    Congrats Mason!

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