Oklahoma State has added another tight end/Cowboy back to the 2017 recruiting class with the commitment of Sinoe Finefeuiaki.
All glory to God! It's humbling and a blessing to announce I've chosen to commit to further my education and play football @ Oklahoma State! pic.twitter.com/YNSdSdWzlY— Sione Finefeuiaki (@sione_9) December 21, 2016
Finefeuiaki is a 6-foot, 245-lb fullback for College of San Mateo in San Mateo, California. His only other offer was from Rhode Island.
OSU Running Backs Coach Marcus Arroyo originally announced the commitment on twitter, using his signature #RareBreed hashtag.
It’s understandable why Arroyo would be excited. Finefeuiaki should make a fine blocker for OSU’s running backs next season. He joins Tyler Henderson as the only two tight end/Cowboy back recruits for the 2017 class.
Finefeuiaki should battle for playing time, if not a starting spot next season, with both Blake Jarwin and Zac Veatch graduating this year.
You can check out Finefeuiaki’s HUDL highlights, which are pretty impressive.