Jon Embree is all like, I'm better at the twitters than you, Sark. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
Tacoma's Sefo Liufau, one of the top QBs in the state, is now a Buffalo.
According to Scout's Jake Worthen, Tacoma's Sefo Liufau has committed to the Colorado Buffaloes. Liufau is one of the state's top signal callers, and has been mentored by former Washington State Cougar great Jack Thompson for the past year or so. Liufau is a great athlete and a good kid. At 6'4 and 219 pounds, he certainly fits the mold in terms of size. He has deceptive speed, however, and is able to escape the pocket when it collapses.
Liufau plays in an offense that isn't exactly pass happy, but still puts up very nice numbers. He excels in the short-to-medium passing range, but can get a little erratic when it comes to throwing deep. He has the arm strength but hasn't quite mastered the accuracy that far down field.
Liufau also carries an impressive 3.7 GPA. He has stated his recruitment is over, even though he committed to the first offer he had. Other schools will surely make contact, but it seems as if Liufau is firmly committed to head coach Jon Embree.
Speaking of Embree, he sent out a tweet right around the same time Liufau committed. Sark, you've been put on notice.
Here comes RALPHIE #gobuffs— Jon Embree (@JEbuffs) April 16, 2012