Tabuyo Fully Healthy

Honolulu (Haw.) St. Louis wide receiver Jeremy Tabuyo showed he is back to full strength after ACL surgery by finishing second in the 100m at the Hawaii State Track Finals…

Honolulu (Haw.) St. Louis wide receiver Jeremy Tabuyo is ready to prove he is over the injury that shortened his 2011 football season.

"Only 6 months after ACL surgery, I took 2nd in the state in the 100m dash at the State Championships this past Saturday," said Tabuyo. "This hopefully will answer any questions about my knee."

(Full Hawaii State Championship results here.)

"Now that track is over the first thing is I'll be doing is getting back in the weight room after mainly just running the past few months," said Tabuyo. "I will also be preparing for the PIAA combine on the 26th of this month at my school, Saint Louis. Then on June 2-3 I'll be at the Junior Rank camp here in Hawaii. Depending on how I do at the PIAA combine, I may attend the Oregon Nike combine and NFTC on June 9-10."

Tabuyo is hoping that putting his injury concerns to rest will allow him to add to his current offer list of Hawaii and Utah.

"I have been hearing from Coach Lupoi at Washington, coach Simmons at Washington State, coach Ulbrick at UCLA, coach Frost at Oregon, coach Tedford and Chandler at Cal, Coach Link at Purdue, coach Gunderson at Oregon State, coach Stutzman at Weber State, coach Blasko at Kansas and coach Chow plus most his staff at Hawaii."

Some of the schools have also taken the time to come visit Tabuyo in Hawaii.

"Washington State coach Joe Salave'a, coach Johnny Nansen at Washington and coach Steve Greatwood from Oregon have all come to visit," said Tabuyo.


Jake Worthen is a West Recruiting Analyst for Scout.com.
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