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Tight end Savai'i Eselu

The glaring hole in Stanford's 2007 recruiting prospects today is at tight end. The Cardinal recently left the mainland to plug that gap by offering 6'3" Hawaii athlete Savai'i Eselu. Stanford has joined a crowded party, however, with Eselu already engaged with other offer schools and scheduled for several official visits. Who are his favorites, and where does he stand on Stanford? Read on.

Honolulu (Hawaii) Moanalua tight end Savai'i Eselu (6-3, 235) has returned home from his official visit to Oregon, and he left Eugene pretty high on the Ducks. "It was cool man, real sweet," Eselu exclaims.  "The area was great.  The people all wearing their O's and their green, waving their UO flags - it was real cool." Eselu was hosted by Fenuki Tupou while on his trip, and in spending time...

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