Spencer Tatafu Shows Up Big To Earn DE MVP
We knew he was talented but Spencer Tatafu played his card right on Saturday at May Madness! He showed up, showed out, and moved up.
In a smart recruiting move Spencer came in having never played Defensive End and battled his way to the top of the camp list. We will announce our awards as the next few days play out. Tatafu came in at 6’0″, 240 lbs, and was unstoppable. His speed off the edge and his non-stop motor have all the marks of a great one.
Not only that but the 2018 prospect from Portland’s Parkrose High School has a 3.8 or better average in the classroom. He plays that middle backer spot very well and of course will do time in High School as an Offensive Linemen or Fullback. This kid was, however, born to devour Quarterbacks. He reminds me of Sadat Sulleyman out of Spanaway Lake HS a few years back who went on to dominate at PSU and move on the League. Catch Spencer this season – Coaches here is a Blue Chipper for you.
Spencer was our DE MVP of the Camp!