Sione said he hears from a BYU coach once every week or two, and has seen some of their highlights on TV.
"I'm not going to visit any schools until after my season is over," Sione said. "Then I hope to pick a school shortly after I finish my visits."
Sione said he is looking for a school with a good education, and a school that will let him take his mission. He plans on playing a year then leaving.
"My parents want me to stay close to home, but they'll support me in any decision I make," said Fua.
When asked to describe his style of play, Fua said he was aggressive, makes plays, and is all over the field. He also prides himself on being a leader on the field by working hard every play.
When asked if BYU's slow 2-3 start had any affect on him he said, "No, not at all."
One other tidbit, Fua is cousins with Stanley Havili. Fua said he does not have very much contact with Havili and has no intentions of going where he goes. However, Fua's dad joked on the phone that if Havili went to BYU, Sione would go there too.