Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis defensive lineman Tyson Alualu has narrowed his choices down a final two. Cal and Hawaii are battling for the Islands top lineman and Alualu said he's genuinely torn between the two schools and doesn't know when he'll make his decision.
Alualu, a 6-2, 270 pound defensive tackle is one of the elite linemen in the entire West region. He tripped to Berkeley way back in November and visited the hometown Warriors two weeks ago. He also visited Oregon State and Arizona before narrowing his choices to two.
"I'm just praying about it right now," Alualu said. "I really don't have a time table or anything. I'm just praying hard and when I feel in my heart where the best place for me is, that's when I'll go ahead and commit.
"It's tough because it's coming down to whether or not I want to leave home or not. That's a question I still don't know the answer to. My family just wants what's best for me, no one is putting any pressure on me to stay local or not. Both schools made me feel comfortable on the visits and I like both coaching staffs the same. Everything is equal, that's why it's so tough. When I feel in my heart where I should go, that's when I call one of the schools and tell them I'm committing."