Galea'i Is Solid With Cowboys

Reports from Trinity High School on Tuesday indicated that Oklahoma State commitment Lemaefe Galea'i, an All-State offensive lineman for the Trojans, was getting multi-recruited by the Cowboys and new Texas offensive coordinator Joe Wickline. Wickline was in the school recruiting Galea'i's junior teammate Patrick Vahe and said hello but Galea'i has told us he is a solid pledge to the Cowboys.

The Cowboys' Beni Tonga, who works as a player development assistant, initiated contact on Galea'i.

The 6-5, 327-pound blocker said his official visit this past weekend was just exactly what he was looking for.

"It was a blast," he said. "Vili Levini was my host and he and I get along great. He is bigger, a lot bigger, than when I saw him last."

Like many of the commitments we talked to following the monster visit weekend that included 18 prospects, all verbal commitments, along with the four of the five players enrolled for the spring, it was a massive get-to-know-your-future teammates session.

"That was the thing, all the football players just kicking back and hanging out. That is what we do at Trinity," said Galea'i. "It was great to see everybody that I know I'm going to be playing with on the team next year and for all the years."

Galea'i finished his senior season with 79 knockdowns, an overall grade of 91 percent, and did not only allow a single sack all season. Those stats come courtesy of the Euless Trinity coaching staff.


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