Linebacker Logan Tago out of Pago Pago looks to be sticking with his verbal pledge to Washington State, an American Samoa source in close contact with Tago and his family tells BeaverFootball.com.
Tago loved his time in Corvallis, the source said, but he has a strong relationship with the defensive line coach at WSU and his relationship with some of the Polynesian players already in Pullman goes back to his elementary school days.
It’s never over until it’s over in recruiting and Signing Day is on Feb. 4. And it’s probably a given Oregon State will continue to make their case. But at this point all indications are Tago won’t be joining DT Elu Aydon in Corvallis.
Tago is an athletic 6-4, 205 who is likely to fill out nicely once he gets into a weight program and training table.
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