Rolo effect: Auwae’s 11th offer is Nevada

Kapolei's Villiamu Auwae plays offensive tackle during Kapolei High School football practice at the school's practice field. HSA photo by Bruce Asato
Kapolei’s Villiamu Auwae plays offensive tackle during Kapolei High School football practice at the school’s practice field. HSA photo by Bruce Asato

Nick Rolovich was a prolific passer at the University of Hawaii in his senior season.

His coaching career at UH followed, and though he has since moved on to Nevada as an offensive coordinator, he continues to press hard in the islands. On Tuesday, the Wolfpack became the 11th FBS program to offer Kapolei offensive lineman Toleafoa Sean Auwae a football scholarship.

The 6-foot-4, 305-pound senior made the announcement on his Twitter page. Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance also shared the news via its Facebook page.


Toleafoa Sean Auwae @Smcmoore76
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Blessed to receive an offer from U of Nevada.Thanks to @NickRolovich, coaches #WolfPack #WolfPackFamily #Keepchopping

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