Hawaii, Oregon St. chasing Auwae

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

More than two weeks ago, Toleafoa Sean Auwae experienced a phenomenon that is rare for any high school football player: he received two college scholarship offers on the same day.

Since Arizona State and Louisville came calling on Mar. 22, Hawaii made an offer on Mar. 24.

Photo courtesy of Sean Auwae
Photo courtesy of Sean Auwae
Photo courtesy of Sean Auwae
Photo courtesy of Sean Auwae

From his Twitter page:

Toleafoa Sean Auwae @Smcmoore76 · Mar 24
Blessed to receive an offer from University of Hawaii! Thankful for the opportunity from Coach Chow and the UH staff

Now it is Oregon State that has jumped into the ring and is the ninth FBS school to make an offer to the 6-foot-4, 300-pound junior from Kapolei.

Auwae announced the offer on his Twitter page this morning.

Toleafoa Sean Auwae @Smcmoore76 · 9m 9 minutes ago
Received my 9th offer from Oregon State University! Thankful and blessed. Thank you to @Coach_BiggsOSU @coachtjwoods

Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance shared the news on its Facebook page this morning.

247Sports.com now ranks Auwae as a four-star center, rated third in the nation at the position.

Auwae’s updated offer list: Idaho State, Texas Tech, Washington State, San Diego State, Utah, Arizona State, Louisville, Hawaii, Oregon State.

Mar. 22, 2015 – ASU, Louisville make offers to Auwae

Mar. 15, 2015 – Blue-Grey invites Auwae, Eletise, Herbig

Mar. 12, 2015 – Auwae’s 5th offer: Utah

Mar. 12, 2015 – VIDEO: Toleafoa Auwae ’16 : Kapolei High (HI) TheOpening Los Angeles 2015

Mar. 10, 2015 – Kapolei’s Auwae ‘tougher’ than brother

Mar. 9, 2015 – SDSU offers Kapolei’s Auwae

Mar. 8, 2015 – Texas Tech, Washington State offer Auwae


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