Latu Bros. schedule Pac-12 trip

A.J. and Viliami Latu have been talking to the Arizona State coaching staff for a while and so the Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., linebackers are especially excited about their official visit in late November.
Both are trying to schedule other trips but have run into some complications so the Latu Bros. are focused on the Sun Devils and learning more about the coaches and the football program.
It could be a big trip.
"Arizona State is really big for us right now," Viliami Latu said.
"They're really looking forward to seeing us and they really want us out there. We're going to take advantage of this trip and really get to know the facilities and really get to know the coaches, too."
Latu has been trying to call UCLA, Arizona, Hawaii and some other programs to set up official visits but have not been able to talk with the coaches. That means no other officials are scheduled at this point.
Since Arizona State has shown more interest than others, Viliami Latu said it will not be forgotten later on in the recruiting process.
"We've been trying to contact some schools but some haven't been picking up our calls," Latu said.
"My brother and I are planning right now. We'll try to get some other official visits scheduled if some coaches will pick up our calls."
Utah State and Colorado State are the two newest offers for both brothers.
Viliami Latu has offers from those two programs along with Arizona, Boise State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Houston, New Mexico, New Mexico State and San Diego State.
His brother, A.J., has all those programs along with Colorado, Oregon State and Washington State.