UH leads in the recruiting for DT Lawrence Lagafuaina

About how UH is ahead in his recruiting right now, Aiea DT Lawrence Lagafuaina said:
“I’d love to be a Warrior.” (HA)

HA Note: “But he stopped short of making a firm verbal commitment. That could come after he takes a recruiting trip to the Manoa campus.”

HA Note: “Lagafuaina’s stock is rising because of his size (6 feet 1, 315 pounds) and athletic ability (he plays basketball for Na Alii, and is one of the state’s top competitors in the shot put).”

About how Lagafuaina was on the varsity even during his freshman year, Aiea coach Wendell Say said:
“He was mature for his age. We expect a big season from him.” (HA)

HA Note: “Lagafuaina has strong ties to UH. His cousin is Maa Tanuvasa, a former UH defensive tackle. Aiea’s defensive coordinator (Mika Liilii) and defensive line coaches (Nalei Cox, George Noga and Ed Ripley) are all former UH players. Lafafuaina said he has received scholarship offers from Washington, UCLA, UNLV and Wyoming. He has drawn interest from California and Oregon State.”

http://warriorbeat.honadvblogs.com/2009/07/10/uh-leads-competiton-for-top-d-lineman/

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