Sione Asi

  • Pos DL
  • Height 6-1
  • Weight 302

Prospect Info

  • High School McQueen
  • City Reno, NV
  • Exp 2019 - ...

Oklahoma State Cowboys

  • Jersey #99
  • Class

As a Prospect

247Sports Composite®JUCO

0.8494
  • Class 2019
  • Committed 12/4/2018
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Athletic Background

Asi finished his career at Snow with a bang as he earned the Defensive MVP in the feature game at the Graphic Edge Bowl in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Snow lost to Iowa Western C.C. 19-17, but Asi finished with 13 total tackles, 10 unassisted tackles, and 5.0 tackles for loss. Snow finished with an 8-3 record and was ranked 9th nationally. On the season, Asi had 41 total tackles with 30 unassisted tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack, and three fumbles recovered. As a freshman at Snow he earned second-team All-Western States Football League honors on the defensive line with 36 total tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, a fumble caused, and a fumble recovered. New Snow C.C. head coach Andrew Mitchell is a former Oklahoma State offensive lineman that says Asi is very strong and said those lifting maxes that we had may be old because Mitchell thinks Asi is stronger now. He played for coach Jim Snelling at Robert McQueen High School and was named all-league and all-region to both the offensive and defensive lines as a senior in 2013-14, as well as the lineman of the year. Asi spent two years on a Mormon mission in Canada between high school and junior college.

Scouting Report: When he wants to play, Asi is very tough to handle. Let’s look at negatives first. He very rarely is pushed back, but offensive linemen have been able to push him to one side and it is as important to hold ground horizontally as it is with reference to the line of scrimmage. His head sometimes drops and that causes him not to see plays he could influence. He also, like every lineman in the world on either side will play too high. When he is on, he is very difficult to contain because he has great strength and power. He has good hands and feet. I love watching how quick he executes a swim move or quick push. His feet are quick, which allows him rapid penetration after the snap and explains his tackles for loss. He can play the one, two, or three technique and appears most comfortable in two eye position. When he is using his vision and keeps his head up, he rarely loses track of the play and can influence if not be a part of making the play. Good tackler but can get better. He sometimes slides off. It is also impressive to see him chase plays downfield and make the tackle, which he did on several occasions in the games I watched. He should help and play immediately.

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