Lagafuaina does a 360 in a day

A night's sleep changed everything for Lawrence Lagafuaina, a 6-foot-2, 310-pound defensive tackle from 'Aiea, Hawai'i. But the reality for the long-time Washington commit was, despite two commitments to two schools in the span of 24 hours, it didn't change anything at all.

"I'm just calling to let you know that I'm going to be a Dawg," Lagafuaina told Monday afternoon. "I know where I want to go."

Lagafuaina took one last official visit, to Hawai'i this past weekend, and the Warriors made a huge impression on him.

"I was thinking last night (Sunday) about UH, and I actually told the coaches that I was going to go to UH," he said. "I talked to my Mom about it last night and she told me to sleep on it and then decide when I wake up."

Apparently Lagafuaina's dreams were shrouded in purple and gold, because he woke up thinking about the team he originally committed to. "I just like U-Dub," he said. "I know it's where I belong, I know it's where I should be."

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