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A couple of promising LSU offered prospects @ the UA (Cali) Camp
OL Tiaoalii Savea
The Las Vegas (Nev.) Desert Pine standout was one of the most impressive underclassmen in the event. Savea was ultra athletic at left tackle and showed very good footwork to stay in front of defenders during pass rush drills. He’s got a promising frame without any bad weight, but didn’t look at all overpowered by some bigger linemen. Savea is strong at the point of attack and, although a bit raw from a technique standpoint, has a ton of upside as an all-around line prospect.
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco quarterback DJ Uiagalelei was in attendance but unable to work out due to an injury on his left hand. He was wearing a splint but said he hopes to be cleared and back on the baseball diamond by April. He's planning to visit Clemson for the Tigers Spring Game in April and said a visit to Oregon could happen as well, calling it '50-50.' Those two schools along with LSU are the main ones he's considering and he said he's hoping to make a decision by the end of spring/early summer


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re: A couple of promising LSU offered prospects @ the UA (Cali) Camp
Thanks for the info.
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OL Tiaoalii Savea

Haven't seen him. Will check him out.

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DJ Uiagalelei

Have seen this guy and he has all the tools. Excellent arm, very accurate on the deep ball, really hope he is a Tiger, an LSU Tiger that is.


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chinco banditos
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re: A couple of promising LSU offered prospects @ the UA (Cali) Camp
That's quite a few vowels... not even gonna attempt.


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re: A couple of promising LSU offered prospects @ the UA (Cali) Camp
We need to get them here for a crawfish boil under the oak trees with everybody laughing and eating so they can see how similar South Louisiana culture is to Polynesian /Pacific Islander culture. It’s just a natural cultural fit.


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