He made plenty of headlines when he committed to the USC Trojans in April 2017. In fact, Bleacher Report cited Brandon Huffman of Scout.com’s November 2016 scouting report of Letuligasenoa:
"Letuligasenoa was dominant for the Spartans in their regular season finale against Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista. A four-star already, Letuligasenoa is the top defensive tackle in the West in the 2018 class and showed it. He sacked Washington-bound Jake Haener twice and had two more hurries plus two tackles for loss in the win and was constantly getting a push into the backfield, drawing double-teams and beating those routinely."
That’s quite an endorsement
Our kinda guy
Push into the backfield and beating double teams sounds like an “OKG” alright. But there is so much more to him than just gobbling up blockers and penetrating into the backfield. He is incredibly versatile, able to play an interior 4-3 or outside in a 3-4. Whatever the role, it needs to take advantage of his incredible “quick start” off the snap.
That versatility is what separates him from the rest for this Washington Football Team. A young man, hungry for playing time, and a virtual plug-and-play anywhere on the defensive line. He is the real deal. And he’s a Washington Husky. It keeps getting better for Washington for that recruiting class of 2018. Wow. Just wow.