Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu

Offensive Lineman
6′7″ / 365 lbs
Corsicana, TX
Navarro College
Class of 2019
Rating: 94

National Avg
Rating: 94.0

School Preferences

Official Visit
Texas A&M
Florida State
Kansas State
New Mexico
Oklahoma State
Ole Miss
West Virginia
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Staff Predictions

Name & Date
Jason Howell
on Jun 3, 2018
Billy Liucci
on May 3, 2018


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Sala Season Highlights


1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
A couple quick OL notes
In addition to offering Andrew Coker on Saturday, the Aggies moved on 6-7, 285 pound Blake Trainor from Hallsville who also visited.We mentioned both of these names as possible offers down the road, but it sounds like the entire A&M staff was impressed with the size and physicality of both kids already. Trainor isn't a tweeter or an interviewer, but I have talked to an east Texas source close to him that told me A&M would be the likely landing spot once they offered. The Aggies are his first power 5 offer. If you're looking for a Jimmy T special in this class, it may be Trainor. His HS coach is the former head coach at Mineola who had the Anderson twins. After doing some digging, I'm thinking Coker and Trainor are better bets to end up in this class than Trevor Roberson, and both could end up in the fold in rather short order.At the top, there's a lot of good and some bad depending on timetables. Folks I talk to remain very confident in the Ags' chances with Kenyon Green, and there's even a bit of growing buzz on Branson Bragg, but I'm still picking Stanford there. I've been told the communication between Javonne Shepherd and A&M is back to choppy after his visit to Alabama. From what it sounds like, Shepherd is pretty open still. A new name in 2020 to watch is College Park big man Josh Bankhead. The 6-6, 325 pounder visited last weekend and turned the heads of the A&M staff. He's a former teammate of WR commit Chase Lane. Lastly, I've been told Navarro JC OL offer Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu is likely headed to USC. The Aggies offered in March, but it doesn't sound like there's been too much back and forth between the parties since.

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