"I love the game and play with a lot of passion. I think that it is evident on my film and I think that's one of the reasons coaches like me. I am a balanced player in terms of speed and power, but I am always focused on adding more speed to my game," said Fehoko on what makes him a special player.
T.J. is still currently committed to Colorado, but with his cousin Jake Langi on the Texas State staff, the On-Campus Recruiting Assistant for Texas State, the Bobcats have an added comfort factor to their advantage. For those who do not know, recruiting for Polynesian players is typically a very family driven process, as they prefer to have a great level of trust in the program they choose.
"I was born in Euless, Texas and I am interested in the possibility of coming back to play college ball. I mostly just want the help in my education, and I am looking for a program with a great communications program," said Fehoko.He stars for Cottonwood High School in Salt Lake City (UT). Scout.com National Recruiting Analysts have him rated as a 3-Star prospect, rated the 87th best D-End in the nation.
Fehoko says that he has not scheduled any visits currently, but plans to take his five and there is a good chance that Texas State will be one of them. T.J is not necessarily looking to decommit, but is currently exploring his options. His other current offers include Utah, Oregon State, and Washington State.