Solid left tackles are tough to find, but Mesa (Az.) College OT Chris Garrison (6-5, 312) is a…
Tulsa nabs Halaholo
"My coaches at San Mateo have been real supportive and helped me a lot so they were excited for me as well."
Halaholo noted he was being brought in to play the left tackle position.
"The coaches (at Tulsa) liked my feet and said they need an athlete like me out there," Halaholo said. "I've been working hard on all of my stuff so I'll graduate in May and head out there right after I finish up my work here at San Mateo.
"Going to the middle of the country isn't that big of a deal. What will be the hardest thing to get used to is the temperature because it was warm during the day, but man, it was really cold at night. It's not that big of a deal though."
When Halaholo arrives on campus he'll have three years to play two.
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