May 8, 2006
Hawaiian standout lands first offer
Savai'i Eselu (6-4, 250, 4.8) from Honolulu (Hawai'i) Moanalua could be one of the most sought after prospects from the Aloha State for the class of 2007. He has the potential to play several positions on the D-I level. This versatile performer recently received his first offer.
Eselu could end up playing tight end, offensive tackle, defensive tackle or defensive end on the D-I level. He earned all-state honors as a defensive lineman.
Eselu has busy itinerary over the next couple of months. This coming weekend he will attend the NIKE Camp to be held in Palo Alto (May 13th).
The Stanford Cardinal has invited him to their junior day, which will be held the day after the camp. He is trying to see if he can rearrange his travels plans so he can be there to take it in.
Eselu will also attend the NIKE Camp to be held in Eugene in June and will camp with the Oregon Ducks the following day. He will also attend two local camps is Hawai'i during the summer.
Besides Oregon and Stanford showing serious recruiting interests, UNLV is ahead of the recruiting curve and are the first D-I school to tender an offer.
BYU was on campus last week. Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon State, Washington and Colorado are schedule to be on campus over the next few weeks.
Besides being a talented football player Eselu is also a very talented musician. He has played at Carnegie Hall and in Japan.
If you weren't impressed enough yet, he also carries a 3.9 GPA.
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