Cougs still in mix for 3-star Hawaii OL?

SPACE IS FILLING up fast on the Washington State commit list but as the saying goes, you can never have enough offensive linemen. A 3-star Hawaii offensive tackle prospect talks Cougs with CF.C.

Mo Unutoa out of Kapaa High, who spent this past week cracking pads at the Polynesian Bowl, says he still doesn’t have a leader.

“I have a top 5, and I’m still open to other schools -- not in any order but I would say BYU, Utah, Washington State, Oregon State and Virginia,” Unutoa told CF.C.

Unutoa didn't have a lot of time to talk but it was clear he enjoyed his recent visit to BYU.  Meanwhile, his trip to Washington State was way back in December and the Cougar coach who had been recruiting him since Day One is no longer at Wazzu (Joe Salave’a).

But Unutoa says Washington State remains firmly in the mix.

“Washington State, when I went out there, I really liked it,” said Unutoa. “The community out there reminded me of my island, my home. The people in that community are tight knit and wherever you go, people know who you are and that’s what I like the most.

“Even though (Salave’a) left, I still have a certain feeling towards Washington State. I really like the school.”

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