Four-star fullback Stanley Havili out of Salt Lake (Utah) Cottonwood finished his senior season of football last week in a tough 35-22 loss to Mountain Crest in the semifinals. Despite finishing the season, the 6-foot-0, 208-pounder had an impressive performance in his last game as he helped carry the Colts.
"I had 340 all-purpose yards in the game including 24 carries for 269 yards. I also had two touchdowns," he said. "I really wanted that ring and we were looking for that this year, but I was still happy with my performance and I can tell I improved my speed somewhat on the year."
This season Havili accounted for 32 total touchdowns.
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The Rivals250 prospect has already taken two official visits to Arizona State and Iowa and continues to say that they lead for his services.
"They probably are still leading because I've been to the campuses and I like what I saw. They are in my head too," he said. "I like Iowa and Arizona State because they have great people there and I've gotten to know the coaches on a personal level. It's not just about football with them, but I can also joke around and talk to them."
Havili isn't sure who else he's looking at for his three other officials.
"The other visits are still up in the air and I know I'll have to narrow it down soon," he said. "I have no idea who I'm looking at, but I do plan to take all three visits. Hopefully wherever I go, I can meet some great coaches, have a good time and see what the schools are all about."