Both players looked very good in a pair of big 7 on 7 tournaments in the last month and show up even better on film. They're tough, physical, can run and hit and project very well to the next level.
On the recruiting front, the twins are adamant about playing together in college and two schools have offered both players at this time.
"We took an unofficial visit and really liked it. The coaches were great, we loved the campus and the football program is doing really well. They're showing us a lot of love and we were very comfortable there as well." Viliami echoed the statement.
"I have offers from Hawaii, Fresno State, San Diego State and Boise State," he said. "I'm hoping for Colorado and they said I'm high on their list. I talked with Coach Cabral, the ‘backer coach and he seems really interested so hopefully they'll offer. If they did, they would move way up.
"Right now, SDSU is our top school. We had a great visit and we both like Coach Gonzales a lot. We bonded with everyone we met and I liked the campus and the football facilities a lot."
As for their summer plans, the twins plans to be active on the camp circuit.
"We're also looking for a strong program, a good coaching staff and an environment that we'll be comfortable in. We also definitely want to play together, that's big and very important to both of us."
As for a dream offer, the twins were quick to say there is one school out there that they both might commit on the spot if offered by.
"UCLA for sure," Viliami said. "We really liked UCLA and if they offered, that would be hard to pass up. What would be really cool is if USC offered one of us and UCLA offered the other. Then we could still be together but play against each other, that would be a lot of fun."
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