No. 1-ranked LB from Hawaii visits for Swinney Camp

No. 1-ranked LB from Hawaii visits for Swinney Camp


No. 1-ranked LB from Hawaii visits for Swinney Camp


There was a major surprise visitor at the Dabo Swinney Camp on Thursday afternoon.

The country’s top-ranked linebacker in the 2023 class, Tausili Akana, made an appearance and worked out at the afternoon camp session.

Akana (6-4, 225) is from Kahuku, Hawaii. He played his sophomore season in 2020 at Wasatch High School in Heber City, Utah.

According to 247Sports, Akana is a four-star prospect ranked as the No. 1 linebacker and No. 27 overall prospect nationally for the 2023 class.

The rising junior owns over two dozen offers including offers from schools such as LSU, Texas A&M, Texas, Ohio State, Michigan, Oregon and Southern Cal.

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