Linebacker earns Pac-10 offer

Trenton Tuiasosopo is a 6-2, 220-pound linebacker prospect from Everett (Wash.) Mariner, and Trenton participated with his Mariner teammates Sunday during Washington's 'Day at the Lake', a 26-team passing league tournament. The Mauraders finished the tournament second behind Issaquah.

"They were really good on the offensive side," Tuiasosopo told Sunday evening. "Our only weakness today was our corners and they took advantage of that. I thought we did pretty good considering we are mostly a running team. Our defense and offense did pretty well."

Trenton had at least one pick during the day, holding down the middle for the Mauraders. "It was a lot of fun getting a ton of reps on offense and defense, getting sharper in our passing game," he said.

Washington head coach Rick Neuheisel offered Tuiasosopo a scholarship to play football for the Huskies. It shouldn't come as that much of a surprise, as cousins Marques and Zach both have purple and gold pedigrees. "He told me that they are really interested in me and they really want me to play for them," Trenton said.

And Trenton's response? "Well, I thanked him for offering me," he said.

Tuiasosopo is still very much up in the air when it comes to a college choice. "At this point I'm really interested in any school that really wants me," he said. Trenton will be attending both the Oregon and Washington Nike camps, as well as a speed camp and linebackers camp.

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