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Hawaiian DT high on OSU after Beaver trip

SEMISI TOKOLAHI

DT SEMISI TOKOLAHI out of Hilo, Hawaii orally committed to UW last month but decided he also wanted to take trips elsewhere, making him a soft verbal commitment on Scout.com. His second official was to Oregon State and one of the main things he wanted to see was how he fit in with the current OSU players. Most assuredly, that question was answered. "Oh my goodness, I was impressed," he said.

DT Semisi Tokolahi, (6-3, 290)    Hilo, Hawaii; Hilo High Tokolahi said he got along swimmingly with the Oregon State players, including player host Jesse Fifita. "Oh my goodness, I was impressed. Those players, they are something else," said Tokolahi. "Those guys, I didn't have to ask any questions...they're just...

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