Rocky Mountain OL Salofi Gaoa commits to Colorado State

Colorado State football has another in-state commitment.

The Fort Collins Coloradoan reported on Tuesday that Rocky Mountain offensive lineman Salofi Gaoa committed to the Rams. Gaoa told GoldandGreenNews.com that he committed last Thursday.

Gaoa joins Bear Creek's Olabisi Johnson, who pledged on Friday, in the Rams' 2015 class.

At 6-foot-6 and 274 pounds, Gaoa is a big body at tackle for Rocky Mountain. The senior-to-be helped the Lobos to a 5-5 record last season.

He's the second Division I commit from Rocky Mountain's football team this season. Punter/kicker Alex Kinney has committed to Colorado, meaning the two will be teammates as seniors, but rivals as college freshmen.

Gaoa's addition means there are now eight Division I recruits in Colorado's 2015 class thus far. Colorado has three of those commits, CSU and Nebraska each have two, and Wyoming has one.