Alani Latu has four offers and a few more could be coming soon.
Latu and his brother both have an offer from Hawaii, which could give the Warriors an early edge, since their desire to is to play with each other in college.
"We're trying to play together in college so we can make it easier for our parents, so they don't have to be going places," said Latu.
Latu said that the two Southern California schools are ones he grew up watching.
"I've always liked USC and UCLA, and liked the rivalry between them," said Latu. "Both those schools would be good ones to play at."
Alani plays outside while Viliami plays inside, and Alani said that's where he plans to stay in college.
"All of my offers are as an outside linebacker and I definitely want to play there," said Latu.
Latu isn't in any kind of rush to make a decision.
"I want to go through the whole recruiting process," said Latu. "I know it's early still in my junior year, so I want to take some visits before I decide."
Last fall, Latu had 70 tackles, a sack and an interception in helping the Cougars reach the CIF-SS Inland Division semifinals.