Falo Talks Trojans, Crimson Tide

Josh Falo has a busy July ahead of him, as he looks to earn offers from college football royalty.

BERKELEY, Calif. -- 2017 Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum tight end Josh Falo visited California on Saturday, and has been to the Berkeley campus “more than five times,” since he was offered on Junior Day back in February, but while he observed some of his TMP 7-on-7 teammates work the skill position camp at Memorial Stadium, he was mostly “just chill-axing.”

“Today was just a little chill-axing day, watching everybody, just chilling. The other days, I walk around the campus, and stuff, like junior day,” said Falo.

The laid-back 6-foot-4, 220-pounder said that he has increased interest in UCLA and USC, and will visit the Trojans in July.

He will also visit Alabama for the Crimson Tide’s 7-on-7 camp, with hopes of earning an offer, after he was invited by Alabama NorCal recruiter Tosh Lupoi.

“I think it’s going to be a great visit, with a lot of people there, and a lot of competition, so I’m going to go out and compete and try to get an offer from them,” Falo said. “It’s a good school. They’ll build you for the next level, and that’s what I like about them. Bama’s a great school, and it’s a good place to go to.”

But, Falo and the Tide have “just started talking,” and his relationship with USC is perhaps a bit more developed. He is hoping to earn an offer from the Trojans, as well.

“They’ll get you the same way – built for the next level,” Falo said. “They have a lot of talent there, and they pick up a lot of players every year. It’s a nice school, too, and they might have a chance to go to a championship, too.”

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