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Friday, February 11, 2011
BYU's Sae Tautu Continues to Grow
Sae (pronounced “sigh”) played at Kuhuku High School in Hawaii during his freshman and sophomore seasons. He then played quarterback after transferring to American Fork High School in Utah as a junior before transferring up the hill to Lone Peak High for his senior year.
2010 BYU football signee Sae Tautu almost fell through the recruiting cracks because he played at three different high schools in two different states.
Currently projected as an outside linebacker or defensive end for BYU, the 17-year old Tautu is still growing in stature, now pushing 6′4″ and 225 lbs.
Tautu spoke with Deep Shades of Blue about fulfilling his dream of playing Division-1 college football, as well as his hopes as he becomes a Cougar this fall and enters Bronco Mendenhall’s