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Tag: Sefo Liufau


Football: Nine Washington players nominated for U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Nine high school football players in Washington have been nominated to play in the 2013 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

They are:

QB Max Browne, Skyline
DB Tere Calloway, Seattle Prep
LB Sean Constantine, Bellevue
DB Kahlil Dawson, Graham-Kapowsin
RB Myles Jack, Bellevue
QB Sefo Liufau, Bellarmine Prep
WR Sammie Long, Lakes
TE Danny Mattingly, Mead
DB Tatum Taylor, O’Dea

Here’s a complete list of nominees from around the country.


Football: Bellarmine Prep QB Sefo Liufau commits to Colorado

Sefo Liufau
Bellarmine Prep quarterback Sefo Liufau throws a pass against Wilson during the 2011 season. Photo credit: The News Tribune

Colorado was comfortable.

A few days after visiting the University of Colorado last week, Bellarmine Prep quarterback Sefo Liufau orally committed to the Buffaloes.

“When my dad and I visited,” Liufau said, “they made us feel comfortable. It was a good fit.”

The 6-foot-4 and 220-pound junior committed to Colorado on Friday. Liufau, rated by most scouting services as a four-star recruit, said he enjoyed the time he spent with CU coaches and was impressed by what he perceived as a family atmosphere.
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Football: Four Washington kids shine at All-American combine

Four Washington football players shined at the U.S. Army All-American combine in San Antonio last week.

Bellarmine Prep quarterback Sefo Liufau, Eisenhower (Yakima) quarterback Kolney Cassell, Newport (Bellevue) quarterback Isaac Dotson and Graham-Kapowsin defensive back Kahlil Dawson were named to the all-combine team.

Liufau, Cassell and Dotson received honorable mention for quarterbacks and Dawson was honorable mention at his position. All four are juniors. None have given oral commitments.

Factor in Skyline junior quarterback Max Browne and Washington appears to be rich in quarterbacks next fall.