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From: Upland, California
High School: Upland
As a junior, Devin Mahina had eight catches for 180 yards at tight end despite playing behind Oregon State-signee, John Reese. On defense, at defensive end, he tallied 50 tackles and three sacks. Most schools are recruiting him as a tight end and that is his position of preference. "I have good footwork, speed and hands for the position," Mahina claims. "I am a good blocker and I have a good first step. I explode off the ball."
Mahina, an LDS patron, is looking hardest at three schools. "My top choices right now are BYU, UCLA and Oregon. But, I am still wide open and looking at everyone."
Colorado is one of the schools he is open to. "They are still in it for me. Coach Cabral and I text message at least once a week. I like the weather there and they have a great tradition."
Mahina does not plan on attending any summer camps.
He carries a 3.13 core GPA and is awaiting the SAT result from his May 6th testing. Mahina is thinking of a major in Sports Medicine.