Huntington Beach (Calif.) Edison two way lineman Romney Fuga finished up his football season and jumped right in to wrestling, not skipping a beat. Fuga has found time to schedule his first official visit and said he's down to two schools.
Fuga, 6-2, 270 pounds played both tackle and nose guard for the Chargers and is getting looks on both sides of the ball. He was an all-state underclass selection a year ago and will compete for state honors once this again this year.
On the wrestling mat, Fuga has won two tournaments and is currently 9-0 on the season with nine pins. He finished fourth in the state last year and said he enjoys wrestling almost as much as football.
"I love the competition of both sports," Fuga said. "During football season, I'm all about football but when it's wrestling season, I'm really focused on wrestling. That's why I haven't scheduled any of my official visits for December. I had a lot of big wrestling tournaments that I didn't want to miss and that's where all my focus was.
"I set up a visit for BYU (Jan. 6) and I want to to set a trip to Utah as well. I'm down to those two schools right now with BYU a little on top. I've liked BYU for a long time and I'm looking forward to that visit but I want to take at least one other trip before I commit anywhere and hopefully I can get something set with Utah pretty soon here."