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Trip Report - Luke Kaumatule

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Ever since that fateful day - August 26th - Luke Kaumatule wasn't sure about his college future. That was the day he suffered a severe knee tear that cost him his senior season at the Punahou School. But for the 6-foot-7, 230-pound defensive end, he was shocked to learn that the schools that had been recruiting him were more than ready to wait out his rehabilitation.

"Everyone has honored their scholarship, which surprised me," Kaumatule told Scout.com Monday night. "I kind of thought that an injury like that takes everything away, but lucky thing for technology nowadays." Kaumatule added that he's attending rehabilitation for his knee six days a week and his doctors have told him he should be able to run in April. It was Stanford Head Coach David Shaw...

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