Fast rising OL has leader

Offensive lineman Percy Taumoelau (6-4, 330) from Murray (Utah) Cottonwood has seen his stock move in an upward direction ever since he won the offensive line MVP award at the Provo NIKE Camp in 2008.
Taumoelau recently impressed's Greg Ladky at the Hawai'i Prep Classic because he was grinding them at the guard spot he was playing showcasing his versatility. He overwhelmed defenders with his brute size and strength.
On the recruiting trail he has four offers on the table and he has set up two official visits in January.
"I have not received any new offers recently," Taumoelau said. "But, I have offers from Washington State, Arizona, Hawaii and Arkansas. They're telling me that I have a really good chance at starting and getting some playing time."
"I haven't taken any official visit yet," Taumoelau. "I'm taking a visit to Arkansas on January 9th, and then January 17th, I'm going to take a visit to Washington State."
"All of the schools are recruiting me to play left tackle."
What is Taumoelau looking for in a college?
"I'm looking for a good education, a good football program, and how well they take care of their players," Taumoelau said. "When I get to college I want to become a better player, and further my education. I want to study medical training and physical fitness."
"My leader right now is Arkansas."