Trinity DE on Frog's Radar

Euless (TX) Trinity defensive end Tipa Galea'i had an impressive performance at a recent TCU camp.

Euless (TX) Trinity is never short of players who make it to the collegiate level. Every year college recruiters from coast to coast stop by the Texas powerhouse to get an up close look at the Trojans next crop of playmakers.

Once again, a few players have already secured scholarships from some major programs. One player who looks to be next in line is defensive end Tipa Galea'i.

The 6-foot-5, 205-pounder currently holds three offers and is close to adding more.

"I have few offers; UNT, Houston, Utah State and Oklahoma State and Baylor are showing interest which is pretty promising," he said.

Another program Galea'i expects to hear more from is TCU. The rising defensive end was one of the top prospects at TCU's satellite camp in Plano.

"I like my first step but I need to react quicker and get to the quarterback faster," Galea'i said of his camp performance. "I got a lot of positive feedback, I'm really excited. They want to see me on the field."

At the moment Galea'i says he doesn't know much about the program but has some family connections to the football team.

"I don't know much really but I've had a few cousins over there; Henry Nuitei and BigV (Halapoulivaati Vaitai) is my uncle," he said.

Galea'i plans to also attend camps at Oklahoma State and Texas Tech later this summer.

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