One of the University of Hawaii football team’s top prospects in 2013 is a key member of the Rainbow Warriors’ 2017 recruiting class.
Defensive end Jamie Tago, who was at Garden City College this past season, accepted an offer to rejoin the Warriors in January. His commitment becomes official on Wednesday, the NCAA signing day for mid-year transfers.
Tago is a 2013 graduate of Samoana High. He was rated as American Samoa’s No. 4 prospect that year when he signed with the Warriors.
As a grayshirt, Tago delayed enrolling at UH until January 2014. He redshirted that year. He played in three games in 2015. He was expected to compete for a starting job this season but departed in the spring because of a non-football situation.
He will have two years to play two UH seasons.
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