Latu and his twin brother Alani Latu, would like to play together in college, but right now, only Hawaii has offered the both of them.
"I'm trying to play with my brother, that's the plan, so we're just taking it slow and seeing what schools offer us and see where we can go together," said Latu.
Latu said schools are recruiting him to play inside, and his brother on the outside.
"With my size, schools look at me as more of an inside backer," said Latu. "I'm about 6-2, 230 right now."
Latu said his preference would be to stay in the West.
"I'm looking more at the close-to-home schools, like Arizona State, or really any schools that are close to my home. I just want to play with Alani."