Utah St. is Auwae’s 14th offer

Kapolei junior offensive lineman Toleafoa Sean Auwae. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser
Kapolei junior offensive lineman Toleafoa Sean Auwae. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser

It was coming in a matter of time for Kapolei junior Toleafoa Sean Auwae.

Utah State finally made an offer to the 6-foot-4, 305-pound offensive lineman, and the “finally” is only because it seemed logical. The Aggies had already signed his older brother, Viliamu Auwae, who will suit up for USU this fall.

Auwae shared the news on his Twitter page.

Toleafoa Sean Auwae @Smcmoore76 · 12h 12 hours ago
Blessed to receive offer 14 from Utah State!Thank you to @CoachWellsUSUFB @MalloeMalloe #AggieUp #GoAggies #UtahState
Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance also shared the news on its Facebook page.

The offer is the 14th from an FBS school for Auwae, who just received an offer on Sunday from Tulsa. He was offered scholarships four times in a span of 10 days.

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.

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


  1. Education First May 22, 2015 4:46 pm


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