Two-way talent Augafa named all-league utility for LA Harbor

November 28, 2016

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Justice Augafa

He scored touchdowns on offense and defense. He played quarterback, defensive back and running back. He returned kickoffs.

Justice Augafa of Anchorage played about everywhere for the Los Angeles Harbor College football team and was efficient at each position.

The 5-foot-11, 205-pound sophomore was named first team All-Central League in the Southern California Football Association.

“This kid can do it all,” LA Harbor defensive line coach Mark Robinson wrote on Twitter.

True that.

Augafa, of South High fame, is a ball-hawking defensive back that hits like a linebacker and runs like a safety.

In just seven games he recorded 29 tackles, a sack, five pass breakups, a fumble recovery and two interceptions.

He scored two touchdowns on defense, one a recovered fumble and another on a 42-yard pick six.

Augafa played on the offensive side of the ball for only three games but racked up 402 all-purpose yards and a pair of touchdowns.

He shined as a wildcat quarterback, where he could display his skills as a powerful runner with between the tackles.