Hawaiian DT has the right stuff

The Hawaiian Islands are known for white sandy beaches where the surf is up and the weather divine. Hawai’i is also known for their outstanding football players. This year Islands have an excellent defensive tackle in Tyson Alualu (6-2, 260, 4.8) from Honolulu (Hawai’i) Saint Louis.
Alualu is another fine player from one of the Island’s most legendary football programs.
When you are as a good a football player as Alualu, many times, that will go to a youngster’s head.
Not Alualu. He is a very humble young man who hasn’t let any of his gridiron success go to his head.
The scouting report on Alualu is he’s very quick off the ball and he gets superb leverage on a blocker and uses his hands well.
Another thing that is notable about Alualu is he has outstanding leadership qualities and is a very motivated football player.
Alualu has three offers on the table from Colorado, Nebraska and Arizona. He is also hearing from and is interested in San Diego State, Cal, Michigan State and the home-state school, Hawai’i.
Alualu and his Saint Louis Crusader teammates will play their first game this coming Friday Night against Kapolei, Hawai’i.
Alualu earned first-team all-state and first-team all-league honors as a junior.
Alualu currently benches 315 and squats 395. He is rated by as the nation’s number 23 defensive tackle prospect for the class of 2005. He also a member the preseason Hawaii Top 15 team as the state’s number one rated player for 2005.