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Monday, February 06, 2006

Running Backs and Quarterbacks to Watch List Class of 2007 & 2008

The 2006 football season is a long ways away but the season is year round in terms of staying in shape, honing ones skills, and keeping up the grades in the classroom. Perhaps the most decorated players going into their senior years are Roman Pula of Lincoln HS (Tacoma), Vai Liu of San Mateo, Thomas Su'a St Joseph (Santa Maria, CA) and Viliami Vaipulu of Riverside Poly. Others will not doubtedly emerge in places like Hawai'i, American Samoa, Utah, and Texas. The list of sophomore and junior running backs to watch for the 2006 (2007 recruits) is as follows and is subject to changes and updates.

Running Backs

*Keola Antolin:
5'8, 170 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
2006 US Army National Combine participant

Josh Fitisemanu: Murray HS (UT)
4A 2nd Team All State, 1st Team All Region 5

Roy Helu Jr: 5'11, 190 San Ramon Valley HS (Danville, CA)
Hon Men All Metro (SF Chronicle), 1st Team All Conference
Rushed for 1526 yards, 19 TDs, and averaged 8 yards a rush. Had 30 catches for 500 yards.















Daniel Lavatai:
6'0, 210 Leuzinger HS (Hawthorne, CA)
2006 AIGA Foundation Long Beach Combine Participant--contact George Malauulu at aigafoundation@aol.com for more information

*Ina Liaina: 6'0, 195 Rio Mesa HS (Oxnard, CA)
1st Team All League

Vai Liu: 5'10, 180 San Mateo HS
All Metro Hon Men (SF Chronicle), 1st Team All League

*Kalama Molisi: 5'7, 180 Skyline (Salt Lake City, UT)
5A 1st Team All State, 2nd Team All Region 2

*Ricky Pemasa: 6'0, 190 Lutheran HS (Orange, CA)
1st Team All League
2006 AIGA Foundation Long Beach Combine Participant--contact George Malauulu at aigafoundation@aol.com for more information

Roman Pula: 6'0, 205 Lincoln HS (Tacoma, WA)
2nd Team All State (4A), Area Player of the Year, 1st Team All Area (Tacoma Tribune), 1st
Team All League, League Player of the Year
Rushed for 1682 yards and 20 TDs with 75 tackes as a safety as a junior.




Thomas Su'a: St Joseph HS (Santa Maria, CA)
All Santa Barbara County (Santa Barbara Press News), 1st Team All League

*Jack Sula: 5'11, 175 Carson HS (CA)
2006 AIGA Foundation Long Beach Combine Participant--contact George Malauulu at aigafoundation@aol.com for more information

*Isaiah Tapusoa: Granger HS (Salt Lake City, UT)
1st Team All Region 6

Joshua Tauanu'u: 5'10, 183 H-Town Christian (San Diego, CA)
2006 AIGA Foundation San Diego Combine Participant--contact George Malauulu at aigafoundation@aol.com for more information

Austin Tialavea: 5'10, 230 Chaparral (Las Vegas, NV)
2nd Team Sunrise Northeast Division

Tobias Togi: 6'0, 225 Evergreen HS (Seattle, WA)
2005 Seamount King Conference Hon Men
2006 US Army National Combine participant

Johnny Toloumu: 6/1.5, 195, Long Beach Poly (CA)
2006 AIGA Foundation Long Beach Combine Participant--contact George Malauulu at aigafoundation@aol.com for more information

Gabe Tuata: 5'7, 160 Kealakehe HS (Kailua-Kona, HI)
2nd Team All State (Honolulu Advertiser), 1st Team All League

*Tiuke Tuipulotu: Serra HS (San Mateo, CA)
All Metro Hon Men (SF Chronicle), 2nd Team All Con, Con Soph Player of the Year

Viliami Vaipulu: 6'1, 175 Riverside Poly (CA)
All County (Riverside PE), 1st Team All League

Quarterbacks

Bryson Beirne: 6'3, 215, Sr (Pac-5, Honolulu, HI):
Verbal commitment to University of Arizona, attends Mid-Pacific Institute

Ronnie Fouch: 6'2, 180, Sr (Redlands East Valley, CA):
Verbal commitment to University of Washington. Mother attended Kamehameha Schools and was a VB standout at the school.

TC McCartney: 6'3, 185, Sr (Fairview HS, Boulder, CO)
Son of former Colorado Buffalo QB Sal Aunese and grandson of former Colorado Head Coach Bill McCartney.

*Watson Togiailua: 5'10, 180, Jr (Auburn Mountainview HS, WA)
Option quarterback leads the second-year school.

*Tyler Tuiasosopo: 6'1, 204, Jr (Mariner HS, Everett, WA)
Younger brother of Washington Linebacker Trenton Tuiasosopo and cousin of Oakland Raiders Quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo.

* Indicates Class of 2008



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