LB with WSU offer has timetable

FEDERAL WAY linebacker prospect Jordan Pulu led his team with 65.5 tackles as a junior in 2010, including 54 solo stops. The 6-1, 235-pounder has a crimson offer and has already unofficially visited Washington State. He also has a good idea on when he would like to make his college decision.

Federal Way (Wash.) linebacker Jordan Pulu picked up the offer from Washington State back in early April.

"They offered me when I was over there for junior day," said Pulu. "They had a scrimmage that day as well and I checked that out."

The Cougars are the junior's only offer and he talked about what stood out on his trip to the Palouse.

"I really like the small town feel," said Pulu. "I also like the coaching staff a lot, they have a good plan."

Pulu stated that Washington State is the program that he is hearing from the most, but some other in-state schools have also been in contact with him.

"Right now I am not hearing from that many schools," said Pulu. "Mainly WSU, Washington, and I went over to Eastern for their spring game."

Pulu's older brother Andru, went through the process a couple of years ago before committing to Washington. The elder Pulu is now at Eastern Washington and has been helping his brother with recruiting.

"He helps me a lot," said Pulu. "I ask him a lot of questions about the process and he just wants the best for me."

The Cougars have also shown interest in another Federal Way prospect, defensive tackle Uso Olive.

"Oh yeah, we are really close," said Pulu. "It would be awesome to play with him in college."

Pulu isn't sure which camps he will participating in this coming summer, but does have a time line for making his final decision.

"I would like to make a decision before my senior season starts so that I can just focus on football," said Pulu. "I'm going to let it all play out before I make a decision, but I would like to make it before the season."

Jake Worthen is a West Recruiting Analyst for
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