Saint Louis’ football season has been over for a few weeks, but the action never ends for some of its standout players.
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa received a scholarship offer this week — this third — and this one is from the University of Hawaii, according to Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance.
UCLA was the first to offer the 6-foot-1, 190-pound sophomore. Then came Texas Tech, which operates the four-wide, run-and-shoot under coach Kliff Kingsbury.
The southpaw passed for 2,571 yards and 33 touchdowns with just three interceptions this year. He completed 69.1 percent of his throws (163-for-236), averaged 10.9 yards per attempt and 257.1 passing yards per game. His passer rating is an exceptional 204.18.
Tagovailoa also rushed for 553 yards and seven TDs on 89 carries (6.2 per).
UCLA is also the preferred destination for Saint Louis’ stellar offensive lineman, Fred Ulu-Perry. The senior has already committed to UCLA.