2. Freddie Tagaloa
OL 6-8 300 SalesianTabbed by some coaches as the player in this year's class most likely to play on Sundays. "He's not polished yet, but you can't teach a guy to be that big, that agile and that good," a Pac-12 scout said. Athleticism is a major plus. Also plays basketball for Salesian. Could end up at either tackle spot. "I think he's had offers since he was eight years old," said a Big Sky scout. Suitors included Stanford, Oregon and USC.
19. Leo Koloamatangi
OL 6-5 260 Sacred Heart PrepVersatile lineman could end up on either side of the ball in college. Rated a two-star recruit by both Rivals and Scout. Size, strength magnified by good footwork. Still could add height, weight. Strong mentally. "He can change your locker room from a leadership standpoint," one Big Sky recruiter said. Committed to Hawaii in early January and was first oral commitment for new coach Norm Chow.