Like Brewster, Katoa is no stranger to the Lone Star State. He grew up rooting for the Longhorns as a kid and lived in the Metroplex area as recently as three years ago.
"I lived there previously. I moved about three years ago. I grew up watching Texas football. They have always been one of my favorite teams," Katoa said.
Despite living in Texas, Katoa has never seen the campus in Austin. His trip to the Longhorn spring game will be his first to the 40 Acres.
"When I go to the spring game, it will be my first. I am really excited. I think I am going to go up to USC and then to Texas after that. I am especially excited about visiting Texas. They have been my childhood team since I was young," Katoa added.
"You never know what can happen. All I know is that the defensive coaches really liked my film a lot," Katoa said.
The 6-foot-2, 220-pound Katoa racked up an impressive 109 tackles during his junior season at Cottonwood. Even more impressive is that 60 of those tackles were in the opponents' backfield.