CU is really focusing on Poly recruits, helped by 2 of the most high profile players on the team being Poly guys (Sefo Liufau and Josh Tupou) along with a number of other players. All Poly Standouts (6/23) T.J. Fehoko: There aren't too many offensive linemen that possess the speed to stop the Cottonwood sack master. Fehoko's motor was too much for most tackles. Samia was the only obstacle for Fehoko at All-Poly. Fehoko claimed that he is after the national sack record, and based of his performance as a junior (34 sacks)and watching him this weekend, it's hard to bet against the Colorado commit. Gabe Sewell: Sewell spent a lot of All-Poly playing safety. Sewell exceeded all expectations, displaying great pass coverage. Between 1 on 1's, 7 on 7, and 11's, Sewell recorded at least eight interceptions. Sewell was also the best DB in run support. A lot of college coaches spent time evaluating Sewell, and he is likely to see some new offers based off of his All-Poly performance. Lausii Sewell: "Boogie" Sewell was equally as impressive as his cousin. At 6 feet, 315 pounds, Sewell was one of the most explosive athletes at the camp. There are very few linemen that can move like Boogie. Playing primarily defensive tackle, he blew up around a dozen plays, causing havoc for opposing offenses. He created a lot of discomfort for centers lined up across from him, there were 3 or 4 bad snaps when Boogie was on the field. Recapping All Poly: Day 2 (6/20) The Day 2 MVP Gabe Sewell & Lausii Sewell (Boogie): The cousins from Southern Utah stole the show on day 2. Gabe primarily played safety today, and drew a lot of attention from Colorado and Texas Tech. He made play after play, breaking up passes, hauling in acrobatic interceptions, and physically dominating the competition. Gabe's stock is trending up as much as anyone at the All Poly camp. Boogie Sewell is a freak of nature in the trenches. Boogie was imposing fear in centers the entire day. I counted half a dozen bad snaps when he was playing nose tackle, and even if the snap was good, Boogie would just bulldoze the center and wreak havoc in the backfield. The Desert Hills defensive tackle has a nice blend of speed and raw power, and that aren't too many linemen that stand a chance going against him one on one. All Poly Sports Southern Utah Recap (5/18) Gabe Sewell was the most college ready prospect. He was the top participant in every single SPARQ event. For Gabe, it was about a lot more than his testing though. Despite being 6' 220 lbs, Sewell looked like a defensive back during one on one pass coverage drills. On back to back reps, Sewell's coverage was so good that the QB wasn't able to get a pass off. Boogie Sewell is one of the most powerful prospects in the class of 2015. At 6' 320 lbs, Boogie is an explosive athlete. He runs a 4.9 40, benches 365, and can squat 575. Sewell has an ideal blend of speed and strength, if he was a few inches taller, he'd probably have two dozen offers. Army, Southern Utah, and Weber State have offered, but after the main All-Poly Camp in Layton, Utah, there's a good change Boogie pulls in some more offers.