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  • Miami Hurricanes
    Hard Commit - 7/4/2022

Francis Mauigoa

  • Pos OT
  • Height 6-5
  • Weight 330

Prospect Info

  • High School IMG Academy
  • City Bradenton, FL
  • Class 2023

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Evaluated 04/03/2022

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Southeast Recruiting Analyst


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A massive lineman out of American Samoa that moves different than most people his size. At one point considered himself more of a pass rusher by trade, but has started to embrace the idea of protecting quarterbacks for a living instead of trying to sack them. Tested in the upper percentile for someone that’s pushing 6-foot-5, 330 pounds as he went 5.3 on the lasers in the 40-yard dash and added a 4.7 in the short shuttle the spring before his junior year. A bully of sorts that uses his raw power to simply overwhelm defenders. At his best when he can just fire out of his stance and drive block as he uses a wide base to establish leverage. Not one to give up on a play and will try to find extra work. Can gain depth with his kick step and win with a strong punch, but must improve as a pass blocker, especially if he’s going to be asked to protect the corner on Saturdays. Spent much of junior season at IMG Academy working at right tackle. A lack of true length in the upper half, however, suggests that his future might ultimately be on the inside, which works given his ability to pull and put a would-be tackler on his back. Should be viewed as a potential multi-year starter on the offensive line for a Power 5 program like his brother, who started over 30 games at center for Washington State and was named to the Rimington Award watch list. Will likely need some time to find his bearings, and must keep progressing from a technical standpoint, but fluid movement patterns and smash-mouth play style in the phone booth could have him eventually being selected early on in the NFL Draft.

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Athletic Background

Originally from American Samoa.

2021: MaxPreps Junior All-American. Got snaps primarily at RT for a Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy program that went 9-1 playing a national schedule. Worked opposite of Alabama signee Tyler Booker, who was the team’s starting LT. Blocked for Penn State running back signee Kaytron Allen as well as FSU quarterback signee AJ Duffy.

2020: Moved back to his hometown of Pago Pago where he spent his sophomore season at Tafuna High. Played most DL and helped the Warriors go undefeated while capturing a American Samoa championship.

2019: As a freshman, played both ways at San Bernardino (Calif.) Aquinas alongside his brother, three-star linebacker Francisco.


  • Frederick Mauigoa Brother

    Started 39 straight games at center for Washington State and was named to the Rimington Award watch list his final two years. Spent time with both the Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals. Also participated in The Spring League.

  • Francisco Mauigoa Brother

    A three-star linebacker in the class of 2021 that signed with Washington State.

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