Adam Tello narrows list to two

Adam Tello, a three-star offensive lineman from Norco (CA) High School, has narrowed his options down to two schools. The former Colarodo commit now says his choice has come down to one PAC 10 program and one from the Big East and that he'll decide this week. Where will the nation's #36 offensive guard land?

Former Colorado commit, 6-4 290-pound offensive lineman Adam Tello has narrowed his list two schools and the Buffalo's aren't one of them. Instead, the three-star prospect from Norco (CA) High School, says his choice has come down to one PAC 10 program and one from the Big East.

"It's between Arizona State and Louisville," Tello told DevilsDigest.com. "Louisville is a good team and they had a good season. Arizona State has great facilities, and good coaches. I'm going to think about everything and make a decision this week."

Tello, rated the #36 offensive guard nationally, made an official visit to Louisville Dec. 15. He also visited Hawaii and Arizona. Jordan Campbell, a teammate of Tello's at Norco, also made an official visit to Louisville last weekend.

Another one of Tello's teammates, 6-1, 298-pound Garth Gerhart, could play a role in Tello's decision. Gerhart visited the Sun Devils on the same weekend Tello did, and is also considering ASU along with the school he committed to originally, Colorado. Both players have gone on record saying that they would like to play together, but aren't a package deal.

"It would be cool if we both went to the same school," Gerhart admitted. "But in the end each of us is going to do what's best for him. If we do end up in the same school that would be great."


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