“Logan is a big, athletic kid who can play defense, he can play offense,” Smart said. “…I think Washington State likes him on both sides and it’ll be one of those things where they’ll bring him in and then decide then… because he is so tall and explosive.
“Amosa is just powerful, he just dominated people at the line of scrimmage… I know he’s going to be an inside guy for them at guard… he’s a real aggressive guy and a smart kid. He’s also a real humble kid, going to do exactly what he’s coached to do.”
Tago (on the right in the picture above) held offers from Washington, Colorado and Hawaii, while Oregon was trying to get him in for a visit. Sakaria (pictured left) held an offer from Hawaii.
Both Tago and Sakaria are solid to Washington State with no more trips on the schedule, Smart said.
And from this chair, that’s due in large part to WSU area recruiter and d-line coach Joe Salave’a rock star status in American Samoa. As has been the case in his time at Washington State out on the American Samoa recruiting trail, when Big Joe decides he wants ‘em, he gets ‘em.
L-R, SAKARIA, FRANKIE LUVU, TAGO