Mauigoa may let the coaches at WSU and OSU know earlier, but fans will have to wait until Signing Day on Wednesday, a prep source tells Cougfan.com.
Mauigoa, the No. 1 rated prospect out of American Samoa this class, took his final trip to Oregon State this past weekend. The week before, he tripped to WSU.
He told CF.C after his visit to the Palouse that Washington State’s academic presentation had really turned his head, and that “I have a good feeling I’m going to end up here.”
But that was also before his official visit to Oregon State.
Mauigoa is also close to the Pago Pago players on WSU’s roster -- in particular freshmen Logan Tago and Amosa Sakaria.
Mauigoa is ranked the No. 65 offensive guard prospect nationally on Scout.com. Joe Salave'a is running the point for WSU on his recruitment and has a stellar record of landing prospects from American Samoa offered by Mike Leach.
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