Fevaea'i Ahmu recently took a trip to Colorado and now the Wildcats are fighting the Buffaloes for his top spot. We get the latest in his recruitment."> Fevaea'i Ahmu recently took a trip to Colorado and now the Wildcats are fighting the Buffaloes for his top spot. We get the latest in his recruitment.">

Cats Now Tied for Ahmu's Services

<a href="http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=106&p=8&c=1&nid=1211956">Fevaea'i Ahmu</a> recently took a trip to Colorado and now the Wildcats are fighting the Buffaloes for his top spot. We get the latest in his recruitment.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 290
40 time: 5.1
Bench: 325
Squat: 580
Clean: 225
Vertical:'22 1/2
From: San Diego, California
High School: Serra

"Colorado definitely has a lot of the stuff I am looking for," said Ahmu after the trip. "They have great fans, a great weight program, and I think I could play early there. I really enjoyed meeting their strength coach from the Jaguars. (Greg Finnegan) He was a cool guy. With Arizona, they are a program that is just turning the corner and starting to come up and I really like Coach (defensive line coach Mike) Tui. Colorado is a program that is already in place. I took both those visits and Colorado had the better showing out of the two. I like the Pac Ten, but the Big 12 is just as good, or even better. Now I just need to take my other trips and see how things go."

Ahmu will be going to Washington State this weekend, Oregon next weekend, and San Diego State the weekend of December 3rd. "My family and I think that all of the universities we are looking at have the same education, or similar. My number one goal is to graduate as a football player."

Playing time is something that is also important to Ahmu, but maybe even more important to his father. "My dad wants to see if I can start somewhere pretty early."

One school that hasn't offered that is still a little bit in the mix is UCLA. "They have given me a verbal offer, along with Oregon. Hopefully Oregon will pull the same thing Colorado did and give me an offer when I visit."

Serra is 5-5 on the year and plays their first playoff game tonight. "We are playing San Marcos and our former head coach is the defensive coordinator there so it is a little bit personal," he explains. "The North County teams always think they can handle the city teams so we'll see what they're made of."

Serra finished as Western League champs.


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