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Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Penitito Faalologo and Craig Cofer Commit to UH

Stephen Tsai writes that they will become Warriors.
Craig Cofer, who played under former UH defensive tackle Lui Fuga at San Diego's Grossmont College, said he will sign a letter of intent with the Warriors tomorrow, the first day football recruits may put their commitments in writing.

Cofer's pledge comes a few days after Penitito Faalologo, a senior at Fagaitua High, accepted a football scholarship from the Warriors.

Cofer completed his 48-hour UH recruiting trip on Sunday.

"I love the weather, and the beach, and the family aspect," Cofer said.
Faalologo will sign with UH tomorrow morning, then play in the U.S. vs. The World all-star game in Austin, Texas, that night, according to his coach, Pooch Taase.

Taase said Faalologo is 6 feet 1, 220 pounds, and can run 40 yards in under 4.7 seconds.
Congrats to Penitito and Craig!


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