The 2011 prospect served notice in the final game of the season, in which Cathedral won the California D-II State Championship, when he harassed the Stockton (Calif.) St. Mary's offensive line and constantly pressured Oregon State-signee Cody Vaz.
Jalil eventually was named to the GoldenStatePreps.com SuperSophomore Team, one of 15 sophomores in the state selected.
Now, Jalil is boasting a pair of offers, both from Pac-10 schools.
Jalil has a solid list of other schools he's interested in as well.
"I like Miami, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Clemson, Notre Dame, Alabama, Georgia and Virginia Tech too," said Jalil. Jalil stands 6-4, 300, and plays nose tackle primarily for Cathedral, but this year, offense will be on tap for him.
"As of right now, I've been hearing just about playing defensive tackle, but I can also play left tackle or right tackle on offense, which I'm probably going to do next year," said Jalil.
Jalil is in no rush to make a decision, what with a year and half before he can sign a letter-of-intent.
He's coming off a decorated sophomore year, which included the state title and SuperSophomore selection, and he was also selected to the All-American Sophomore Team, All-North County Team, All-Eastern League and San Diego Hall of Champions Team.
During his sophomore year, he had 50 tackles, 20 for loss, 10 sacks and five forced fumbles.