Sefo Liufau (6-4 220 Jr. QB) Bellarmine Prep
It’s been a while since Colorado offered Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma) QB Sefo Liufau, but after thinking about things and considering his options, the talented signal-caller, who is ranked number two in the state of Washington by NEI, decided to end the recruiting process on Sunday by committing to the Buffaloes.
“They said they liked what they saw on film of me and that they wanted to offer me a scholarship and that I had a place there to play football,” Liufau told NEI back in March when he was offered.
With his ideal size (6’4″, 220 pounds), above-average arm and good mobility, Liufau is an intriguing prospect who had been attracting attention from schools up and down the West Coast as well as some schools east of the Rockies hearing from the likes of Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State as well as Duke and Alabama.”
As the starter for the Lions the past two seasons Liufau has led BP within a breath of the state championship game as a sophomore, and had his team sitting atop the 4A rankings all season until they were upset in the second round of the state playoffs.
Liufau completed 58.2% of his passes as a sophomore in 2010, throwing for 2.526 yards with 21 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He followed that up in 2011 with a solid junior campaign where he completed 60% of his passes for 2,253 yards with 23 touchdowns, and only six interceptions while rushing for 249 yards and eight scores.