The Utah football program on Wednesday received its fourth commitment for its 2021 recruiting class, as Washington 3-star lineman Koli Faaiu announced his pledge to the program in a video he posted on Twitter.
thanks to my family, friends, to all my coaches that have ever coached me. Thank you to all the schools that have taken the time to recruit me. Big shout out to Ford Sports Performance for all they have done. And with that being said, I will be committing to.... pic.twitter.com/ZNHhtpOb68— Kolinu’u Faaiu (@UFaaiu) June 4, 2020
Listed by 247 Sports at 6-foot-4 and 315 pounds, Faaiu attends North Creek High School in Bothell, Washington. According to 247 Sports, Faaiu also holds offers from Washington State, Colorado, Michigan State, Maryland and Kansas, among other non-Power Five schools.
Faaiu joins Arizona linebacker Trey Reynolds, Snow College defensive tackle Tevita Fotu (the brother of former Ute and recent NFL draftee Leki Fotu) and California quarterback Peter Costelli as players who have committed to Utah, all of which have come in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.