Hawaii pass rusher has two trips set

Honolulu (Hawaii) Farrington defensive lineman Sam Fehoko is having a monster senior season and things are starting to come together off the field as well. The rush end has two visits lined up and has about five schools on his short list.
Fehoko, 6-1, 210 pounds and the younger brother of San Diego State offensive lineman Whitley Fehoko, had his season come to an end this past weekend. The Governors fell to Mililani 33-6 in a quarterfinal game but Fehoko put up some gaudy numbers on the year.
The lineman had 56 tackles, 23 sacks and forced three fumbles this season. He's still sitting on the same 11 scholarship offers he held the last time we spoke with him, over a month ago, but has lined up his first two official visits.
"I'm going to Arizona (Nov. 24) and San Diego State (Dec. 8)," Fehoko said. "I was hoping our team would still be playing in to late November so I could re-schedule the visit to Arizona but our season is over. I might try and schedule another trip now that we're done here but I'm not sure where that might be.
"I would like to visit Oklahoma and I like Utah a lot as well. Hawaii is really recruiting me hard too and I've been around that program for a long time since my dad and I have been the ones who pound the drums at Aloha stadium. San Diego State is probably recruiting me the hardest right now and it would be great to play with my brother. I know Whitley is happy there and likes it a lot but I still have to do what I think is best for me."