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