Scout Premium Content

Trip Report - Kalani Vakameilalo

Trip Report - Kalani Vakameilalo

Washington played host to several Pac 12 commits this weekend and one, Kapolei (Hi.) DT Kalani Vakameilalo, has a long flight home. During that nearly six-hour flight, he told Dawgman.com he will be thinking about what he wants to do and hopes to talk to his family about his future plans when he returns as well...

"It was good," Vakameilalo told Dawgman.com. "I had a good time with the people up there. The players and the coaches were all really nice and welcoming." Vakameilalo noted he didn't really have just one host while on campus. He had many. "I spent time with pretty much all of the...

Dawgman.com Recommended Stories


  • SALEM, Ore. - Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com broke down the good, bad, and downright ugly from Washington's 45-20 loss at the hands of Oregon - their 11th-straight win over the Huskies…

  • Washington picked up their fifth commitment for the 2015 Men's Basketball recruiting class Monday when Malik Dime, a 6-foot-10, 220-pound post from Senegal, by way of Indian Hills Community College in…

  • Some observations from Washington's game with Oregon as well as some of the other games in the conference from last weekend...

  • The Thursday night showdown between the Broncos and Chargers at Mile High Stadium (sponsorship withstanding) could see passing yardage a half mile long. Peyton Manning and Philip Rivers are at the top…

  • In the span of three sixth-inning pitches, the Kansas City Royals broke a close game wide open and gave themselves a cushion they wouldn't lose in their 7-2 Game Two World Series win over the San…