"I love the engineering program at ASU," said Mohetau. "The atmosphere in Tempe is terrific and the people seem great.
"I loved the town at BYU and they also have a great engineering program. Plus, I had a great visit there.
"When I went to Texas, that was the first time I spent time in Austin and I really liked it. And it's close to home and that's important to me and my family.
"Miami is has the best football and they are a dominant football team. It's a private school and a small school and I like that about them."
Mohetau, from Euless (Texas) Trinity High School, is a five-star offensive line prospect. So when will big decision be announced?
"I wish I knew. It could be tomorrow or Signing Day. I am in the process of sorting this all out and I do have one team in mind but I just want to make sure."
One Team in Mind
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