William Tuitama has led Stockton St. Mary's into the semi-finals of the playoffs. We caught up with him after the Arizona State game to get his thoughts on the game and what he thinks he'll see when he gets to Tucson."> William Tuitama has led Stockton St. Mary's into the semi-finals of the playoffs. We caught up with him after the Arizona State game to get his thoughts on the game and what he thinks he'll see when he gets to Tucson.">

Tuitama leads team deep into the playoffs

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=106&p=8&c=1&nid=1212264">William Tuitama</a> has led Stockton St. Mary's into the semi-finals of the playoffs. We caught up with him after the Arizona State game to get his thoughts on the game and what he thinks he'll see when he gets to Tucson.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 215
40 time: 4.85
Bench: 230
Squat: 345
Clean: 245
Vertical:'29
From: Stockton, California
High School: St. Mary's

St. Mary's will be facing off against Stockton Franklin in the semi-final game. On the year, the future Cat has thrown for 2,200 yards, 24 touchdowns, and only five picks. He does not plan on making anymore trips to Tucson before signing and will report for duty in June. Upon arrival, he can be expected to make a huge splash at the quarterback position. It is not out of the question that he could push Richard Kovalcheck for the starting job.

Tuitama loved what he saw from the Arizona State game. "It was just awesome," he said. "I was real fired-up watching that game. It is always big when one team beats the other in a rivalry game. The defense played with a lot of heart. It was real good for recruiting, too. I spoke with Coach Kish and he told me that there were a lot of recruits visiting and they really enjoyed it."

Coach Kish did an in-home visit with the Tuitama family last night.

The Northern Cali star went on about what he thinks the win might mean as far as his playing future at UA is concerned. "It was good to see that kind of play-calling where they were throwing the ball down the field. That is what I want to do when I am there. I want to be involved with aggressive play-calling just like that."


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