Hawaiian end commits to Beavers

2013-01-31T01:00:00Z 2013-07-05T14:43:20Z Hawaiian end commits to BeaversBy CLIFF KIRKPATRICK, Corvallis Gazette-Times Corvallis Gazette Times

Defensive end Titus Failauga from Hawaii verbally committed to the Oregon State football team on Wednesday, according to Rivals.com.

He’s a 6-foot-4, 240-pound, three-star athlete out of Pac-Five High in Honolulu. Failauga is considered the No. 8 prospect out of the state.

Hawaii, San Diego State and Utah were the other schools after him.

The Beavers have 20 commitments and three players signed early in the 2013 recruiting class. The regular signing day is Wednesday.

Failauga is the third defensive end in the group. Lyndon Tulimasealii is a junior college end and Manase Hungalu is a fellow Hawaiian out of Kealakehe High.

Cliff Kirkpatrick covers Oregon State sports for the Gazette-Times. He can be reached at cliff.kirkpatrick@lee.net.

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