ASU, Louisville make offers to Auwae

Photo courtesy of Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance.
Photo courtesy of Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance.

What could’ve been a mellow Sunday to cap spring break turned out to be an exciting afternoon with not one, but two scholarship offers for Sean Auwae.

Arizona State and Louisville made football scholarship offers to the 6-foot-4, 300-pound offensive lineman. That gives the Kapolei junior a total of seven offers.

Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance shared the news on its Facebook page. Auwae, who also goes by Toleafoa as his first name, tweeted the news.


Toleafoa Sean Auwae @Smcmoore76 · 7h 7 hours ago
Blessed to receive an offer from Arizona State University. Thank you to @ThomsenChris #GoDevils #ForksUp #D1Bound TYG


Auwae made that tweet at roughly 2 p.m., then followed that less than an hour later with this


Toleafoa Sean Auwae @Smcmoore76 · 5h 5 hours ago
Thank you to @FBCoachK and U of Louisville for the second offer of the day! Very blessed #GoCards #TheVille #D1Bound

The updated list: Idaho State, Texas Tech, Washington State, San Diego State, Arizona State, Louisville.

COMMENTS

  1. PIAA Doris March 23, 2015 4:05 am

    2016 may prove to be a banner year for over all number of offers for the athletes! I dont know of any OL that has had this many offers this early in the past 14 years.


  2. PIAA Doris March 23, 2015 4:06 am

    2016 may prove to be a banner year for over all number of offers for the athletes! I dont know of any individual OL (Michael Eletise) or a group of OL that has had this many offers this early in the past 14 years.


  3. hatakeman March 23, 2015 7:29 pm

    What, no Hawaii offer?


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