Iuta Tepa, a 3-star defensive end with a load of offers, had a great time at Oregon.
"Things went really well," said Tepa of his trip. "Oregon has a lot of things to offer."
Tepa mentioned the facilities at Oregon along with the great family atmosphere as well as the academics. While he did not make a commitment he said he came very close to one. He may take one more trip to Washington next week and then chose among Oregon, Hawaii, UCLA, and Washington as to where he'll go.
Tepa said there were four other visitors but was unsure of anyone else's name although he thought one was Josh and another Brandon or Brendon. He also recalled Adam Hall being there.
Plenty of things to offer
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