Nathan Falo, the 6-1, 305-pounder from Inderkum HS in Sacramento, will camp at UCLA, in hopes of landing an offer from the place he calls his dream school...
Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum defensive tackle Nathan Falo
may be overshadowed by some of the other bigname defenders in Sacramento, namely at Grant, but the 6-1, 305-pounder is getting plenty of attention.
Three schools have offered Falo, for both sides of the ball.
"Boise State and Washington State offered me as an offensive lineman and Cal Poly offered me as a defensive lineman," said Falo.
And some more Pac-10 schools are interested in.
"UCLA, Oregon State and USC have all come by and they all like me a lot too," said Falo. "UCLA is my favorite school, kind of my dream school."
Falo said that Oregon State could be the next school to offer him, and he also plans to camp at UCLA's Lineman Camp, where he hopes a good performance will land him an offer.
"I want to play defense in college, I want to play tackle," said Falo.
Besides UCLA, Falo plans to camp at San Diego State and he's coming off a solid performance at the Stanford Nike Camp.
"The camp was real fun, there were a lot of good players there, and I hung with my boys Puka Lopa and Tiny Moala (Faigame Lopa and Viliami Moala from Grant) and we went to work," said Falo.
Academically, he's in solid shape, carrying a 3.5 GPA.
Falo was named his league's Lineman of the Year, recording 43 tackles and helping Inderkum to the CIF-SanJoaquin Section finals.