The final official visit for Euless (Texas) Trinity defensive tackle Henry Niutei was taken this past weekend after seeing SMU. TCU was the next school to get his trip and now a decision should come as soon as tomorrow.
The 6-foot-3, 250-pound prospect was originally committed to UTEP, but wanted to keep his college days closer to home. Therefore the final two schools that made his list were SMU and TCU. After this last trip, Niutei has to shave that list down to one.
"It went really well, TCU is really nice and there was a lot of hospitality," Niutei said. "I'm going to find out what I'm going to do tomorrow. I'm just going to sit down and decide with my family."
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Niutei said it's tough to compare both schools because they each have a lot of things to offer him.
"Both were really good visits for me," Niutei said. "The coaching staffs are pretty much the same and both great. I kind of like the position coach at TCU a little bit better, but I feel at home with both schools."
"It's a tough decision."
In the end, Niutei says that football is big, but he knows the importance of picking a college.
"I just want to get my education," he said. "That's the biggest thing right now and both schools offer me great educations."