"I made the decision, it's Wazzu," said Pulu.
The 6-1, 235-pounder projects at middle linebacker at the next level -- unless he keeps growing and getting bigger. Should that be the case, he could develop into a defensive end.
Pulu said the Cougs like that he's a big, physical linebacker who can run -- a MIK that plays downhill.
"Since my unofficial visit out there in the spring, I've just been thinking about them more and more... I like what the coaches are telling me, I like what's going on over there and it's close to home. My brother (Andru Pulu) is at Eastern so it's close to him as well," said Pulu.
Jordan led Federal Way with 65.5 tackles this past season, including 54 solo stops. He was named second team All-SPSL South.
Pulu also said the idea of joining a program on the rise appealed to him.
"When I was over there I talked to all the coaches. They know what they're doing. They've got a plan. Plus they're a really, really young team. I like the idea of going over there and being part of what they're building at Wazzu," said Pulu.
Jordan Pulu profile
Jordan's brother Andru, a defensive end, was rated the No. 39 LB in the nation coming out of high school. He originally signed with UW but left the Huskies program and is now at Eastern Washington, where he is expected to compete for a starting job with the defending FCS national champions.