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Hiatus Doesn't Affect DL's Recruiting

Hiatus Doesn't Affect DL's Recruiting

Tevita Finau is approximately three years removed from playing competitive football. So how is it that the Phoenix College defensive end, and ASU prospect, is loaded with offers from powerhouse programs all over the country? Never underestimate the power of a school's spring game…

The 6-5 275 Tevita Finau was part of Oregon State's 2004 recruiting class. He wasn't slated to join the Beavers immediately as it is, but his plans to play Division I football were even further delayed. "I was supposed to go on two-year Mormon mission out of high school," said Finau who prepped at Kahuku HS in Oahu, Hawaii. "I ended up not going on that mission, and went to play rugby for a year...

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