OSU makes run at WSU 3-star verbal Logan Tago

WASHINGTON STATE HAS seen another Pac-12 program come charging hard after Cougar three-star linebacker verbal Logan Tago out of Pago Pago, American Samoa. After his visit to that school this past weekend, where do things stand for the athletic 6-4, 205-pounder?

Tago looks to be sticking with his verbal pledge to Washington State, an American Samoa source in close contact with Tago and his family tells Cougfan.com. The source asked not to be identified.

Tago thoroughly enjoyed his time at Oregon State this past weekend, the source said, but he has a very strong relationship with Cougar defensive line coach Joe Salave’a.

There’s even more to it than that.

Tago’s relationship with some of the Polynesian players already in Pullman goes all the way back to his elementary school days, the source tells CF.C.

It’s never over until it’s over in recruiting, and Tago may also take a trip out to Hawaii this weekend where his brother attends school.

“But even then, as far as changing the mindset, that’s not going to happen,” the source said.

Prospects from American Samoa do not always have the most conducive of diets to football nor the level of training facilities as do their counterparts stateside. With Tago listed at 6-4, 205-pounds, he might look a whole lot different after a year or two in the Washington State weight room and at the Cougar training table.

“He’s going to be a really great player for them down the road,” the source said of Tago and WSU.

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