Junior college transfers with one year of eligibility rarely get considerable attention, but Matangi Tonga is an exception. With visits already to Washington, Houston and USC, today the College of San Mateo DT wrapped up his visit to ASU. He talked to Devils Digest after his trip about his recruitment not only with the Sun Devils but also with the Trojans in light of Pete Carroll's departure.
January 9, 2010
San Mateo is headed to the California State Championship game this coming weekend to face off against Mt. San Antonio, and JCFootball.com caught up with the Bulldogs' big-time DT Matangi Tonga (6-3, 285) and he updated us on things including where the recruiting process will take him the following weekend...
December 7, 2009
He's one of the most physically gifted JUCO defensive linemen in the country and this past weekend College of San Mateo's Matangi Tonga was in Seattle to check out the Washington football program. Dawgman.com got the scoop on his visit as well as what he plans to do next...
October 12, 2009
After an outstanding high school career, current College of San Mateo DE/DT Matangi Tonga (6-4, 285) had offers from across the country and chose to go to BYU and saw playing time almost immediately when he arrived in Provo. Three years later, he's beginning to pick up where he left off with the Cougars and D-1 schools are showing some heavy interest...
September 25, 2009
BYU fans anxiously await the return of Matangi Tonga, who played for the Cougars during the 2006 season as a true freshman and who was highly recruited by USC, Oregon, Oregon State, Arizona State, Arizona, Cal, Nebraska and UCLA. It has recently been reported that the big defensive tackle will be attending Snow Junior College. But will he?
January 29, 2008