Chandler offensive lineman Sione Hingano has helped anchor a very talented Wolves front that has opened big running lanes for the talented group of running backs.
Hingano also said a main priority has been simple: “Protect Mikey”
That’s Mikey Keene, second-year starting quarterback and UCF commit, who has thrown 12 touchdowns to just one interception in 2020.
Hingano currently holds offers from Idaho, Western Illinois, Southern Utah, NAU and most recently Weber State.
After a great conversation with @CoachBrentMyers I'm very excited to have recieved an offer from Weber State University!! Thank you @GarretsonRick @chris_chick72 @Samumafua69 pic.twitter.com/amICXaakXg
— Sione Hingano (@Sione61850980) November 12, 2020
The 6-foot-5, 280-pound tackle says one program has pursued him hardest: the Lumberjacks of Northern Arizona.
Chris Ball and his staff has done a tremendous job recruiting the 2021 Arizona class headlined by Saguaro defensive tackle and Hamilton athlete Brady Shough. What has helped the Lumberjacks separate themselves? Hingano breaks that down on this edition of the Recruiting Roundup.