Foluahola Chooses Utah

Defensive standout Moses Foluahola talks about his commitment to the Utes

A strong junior campaign from Hunter High (UT) product Moses Foluahola attracted the attention of recruiters across the state of Utah. With offers from Utah State, Weber State, and Southern Utah in his back pocket, Foluahola didn't take long to commit to the Utes after they offered.

"They've always been my school from the very beginning. I always liked them from day one."

Hunter High School has fed the University of Utah with many strong prospects in recent years. The 2010 Utes showcased Hunter High graduates Matt Asiata and his brother Shaun. From the 2010 recruiting class, the Utah staff added linebacker Tevita Bloomfield from Hunter High School. In 2009, Foluahola and Bloomfield formed one of the most physical defensive fronts in Utah's 5A class.

Defensive Coordinator Kalani Sitake is Foluahola's primary recruiter took notice of the defensive standout, offering a scholarship after a strong performance at Utah's camp this summer.

"I'm quick, I've got a lot of strength, and I'm fast."

The 6'0, 240 lb defensive end is very strong indeed. Foluahola can bench press 365 lbs, and power clean 315 lbs.

Moses Foluahola is the 9th commitment in Utah's 2011 recruiting class.

"It's been a blessing you know, that I'm going to be a part of what they have over there."

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