Utah makes it 17 offers for Eletise

Kaiser offensive lineman Michael Eletise received a scholarship offer from Utah today, raising the offer total to 17.

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

The 6-foot-4, 305-pound junior had a wondrous two-week stretch in February, receiving a double-digit total of scholarship offers. Things had been quiet for the past week, though, until tonight.


Eletise tweeted this at around 5 p.m. Hawaii time.

Super BLESSED & THANKFUL to receive an offer to play football for the Utah Utes & @CoachPowell99. #Utes #808Represent

He also has offers from Colorado, Texas Tech, Arizona State, Hawaii, UCLA, Cal, Arizona, Kansas, Nebraska, North Carolina, Washington, Washington State, Nevada, Florida State, Utah State and San Diego State.

Eletise and his parents, Nofo and Marie, will travel to Los Angeles and Arizona over the weekend for the Nike Opening Regionals and unofficial visits to UCLA, USC, Arizona and Arizona State.

Mar. 1 — Eletise ready for Opening, unofficial visits

Feb. 24 — Sweet 16: SDSU wants Eletise

Feb. 23 — Utah State makes it 15 offers for Eletise

Feb. 22 — Seminoles really, really like Eletise

Feb. 20 — Wazzu, Nevada make it 13 offers for Eletise


Feb. 19 — Huskies on chase for Eletise

Feb. 18 — Tar Heels become Eletise’s 10th offer

Feb. 14 — Cornhuskers want Eletise

Feb. 11 — Cal, Arizona, Kansas jump on Eletise’s list

Feb. 10 — Nike Football Combine results and video

Feb. 6 — VIDEO: Kaiser OL Michael Eletise

Feb. 6 — UCLA makes Eletise an offer

Jan. 28 — UH jumps on Eletise train


Jan. 27 — Kaiser’s Eletise offered by Arizona State

Jan. 25 — OL Michael Eletise ’16 : Kaiser ( Honolulu, HI) B2G BattleField UTR Spotlight

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