Three-star tight end Vic So’oto (6-4, 220, 4.68) from Carlsbad, Calif., returned home from Washington State a little later than expected. He missed the return flight but that didn’t deter So’oto from being exceedingly happy with his trip.
“Vic is on cloud nine,” Vic So’oto, Sr., said. “Even though he missed his flight on the way home nothing could dissipate the luster of his trip.”
So’oto’s recruiter offensive line coach George Yarno stayed with him until the next flight.
“Washington State was great,” Vic So’oto, Jr., said. “We had a lot to eat and the food was great, the game was great and the coaches were great.”
“The Washington State coaches were straight and honest with me,” So’oto said. “They answered all my questions.”
“Though it was a great trip, I didn’t commit,” So’oto said. “I want to see other colleges just to make sure I make the right decision.”
“I will visit San Diego State on December 3rd,” So’oto said. “If I haven’t committed to a college by then, I will take a visit to Arizona sometime in January.”
“I’m really interested in BYU and obviously Washington State,” So’oto said. “I also like Arizona and if I take a fifth visit it will be to Utah.”
So’oto is an outstanding two-way standout. From his tight end position, So’oto has accounted for 38 receptions for 778 yards and nine touchdowns.
On defense, So’oto plays linebacker and has racked up 87 tackles. He has only blitzed once and he recorded a sack. So’oto also has four fumble recoveries and on forced fumble.
As of now, So’oto projects as a tight end, but the has the talent to play linebacker if tight end doesn’t work out.