Kalei Kauha'aha'a will play his college football in Logan.
The highly touted linebacker out of Juan Diego High has committed to Utah State, which could be an important get for the Aggies, considering the competition they beat out for his services.
Kauha'aha'a has an official offer from Arizona, and had considerable interest from Boist State, Colorado, as well as Utah, Hawaii and Fresno State.
He's the son of Chad Kauha'aha'a, Utah's defensive line coach. Kalei lived in Maui Hawaii until he was 11, before moving with his father inland.
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