Q&A: WR Tabuyo 'back at the same speed' 

September, 19, 2012
Last year, Honolulu Saint Louis receiver Jeremy Tabuyo had his season cut short by a torn ACL. Now back at full strength, the Texas A&M commitment has returned to his productive ways on the field, catching 31 passes for 444 yards and five touchdowns in his team's first five games. The Crusaders (2-3) are coming off a tough loss to rival and perennial power Honolulu Punahou and will need to finish strong to get to the postseason.

GigEmNation caught up with Tabuyo recently to see how things are going:

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Tom Hauck for ESPN.comTexas A&M commit Jeremy Tabuyo says he's back to full speed after an ACL injury last year.
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