Punahou linebacker Maninoa Tufono spent last weekend participating in the USC Rising Stars Camp in Los Angeles and earned an MVP award for his efforts.
The real award, however, was coming soon after.
Tufono announced Tuesday on Twitter that in addition to being named MVP, he was granted a scholarship offer from the Trojans.
— Maninoa Tufono (@maninoa_tufono) June 13, 2017
Tufono is part of the stacked Hawaii class of 2019, which added its 16th player to our recruiting home page with Kamehameha’s Tiger Peterson saying Tuesday he has received an offer from Hawaii.
Tufono, who is 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds, has nine scholarship offers total and seven from FBS schools. Rated in the top 100 overall prospects for the class of 2019 by 247sports, Tufono’s offer sheet is impressive: USC, Oregon, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Hawaii, Washington State and Nevada.