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Cougs tracking American Samoa lineman

DT, DE or OL?

ONE OF THE top prospects coming out of American Samoa this recruiting cycle is a 6-3.5, 270-pounder who, while naturally strong, counts athleticism and the ability to run among his prized assets. The big question is where he might line up at the next level...

Tafuna Baptist's Fred Launia at this early stage is American Samoa's No. 2 prospect in the 2013 class behind LB Ben Waterhouse, says Brandon Smart, Executive Director of Field House 100 and a fountain of knowledge on the Samoa recruiting scene. Launia has received most of his recruiting attention for his work on the offensive line, said Smart. WSU hasn...

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