The Cowboys have added yet another excellent player to the 2015 recruiting class. Defensive Tackle Vaimoe Sekona out of Crespi Carmelite High School in Enchino, CA has pledged his commitment to the Pokes. Sekona, standing 6 foot 3 280 lbs, has yet to take his official visit to Stillwater, but felt good enough about Oklahoma State to pull the trigger on Monday night. He had this to say about OSU and the coaching staff to Scout.com:
"Coach Connelly was my primary recruiter and I like him a lot. The whole staff has been great with me and I have a great comfort level already. They recruited me to play offensive guard and I'm totally fine with that. I've actually played offensive line longer than I've played defense so I have no problem playing anywhere they want me."
"I'm locked in with Oklahoma State, that's the only school I'm going to focus on," Sekona said. "When you find the perfect school for you, there's no need to look around any more. I just really love everything about the school, I mean it's not hard to look at what they have to offer as a school and not be impressed.
Vaimoe is listed as a 3-Star prospect by Scout, ESPN, and Rivals. He currently holds offers from Hawaii, Miami, Oregon State, San Diego State, Texas Tech, USC, and Washington State.
Sekona becomes the 15th commitment in the 2015 class, and 3rd Defensive lineman joining Taaj Bakari and Motekiai Maile.