NAU is Auwae’s 15th offer

From left: Atamu Helm, Viliamu Auwae, Elisapeta Tapii (aunt) Toleafoa Sean Auwae and Paul Okimoto (stepdad). Paul Honda /Star-Advertiser
From left: Atamu Helm, Viliamu Auwae, Elisapeta Tapii (aunt) Toleafoa Sean Auwae and Paul Okimoto (stepdad). Paul Honda /Star-Advertiser

Summer isn’t quite here yet, but Toleafoa Sean Auwae keeps working.

The consistent work by the 6-foot-4, 305-pound junior from Kapolei hasn’t gone unnoticed. Northern Arizona University has jumped into the pool of schools seeking the services of the offensive linemen, making a scholarship offer on Friday.

Auwae made the announcement on his Twitter page.


Toleafoa Sean Auwae @Smcmoore76 · 23h 23 hours ago
Blessed to receive offer 15 from NAU! Thanks to @cav922 and staff! Very exciting! #NAUStrong #Lumberjacks

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

NAU, an FCS program, plays in the Big Sky Conference.

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

May 22, 2015 – Utah St. is Auwae’s 14th offer

May 17, 2015 – Hurricane Watch: Tulsa is Auwae’s 13th offer

May 16, 2015 – Rebel rising: UNLV is Auwae’s 12th offer

May 12, 2015 – Rolo effect: Auwae’s 11th offer is Nevada


Apr. 15, 2015 – VIDEO: The Amazing Auwae

Apr. 8, 2015 – Hawaii, Oregon St. chasing Auwae

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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