Tuihalamaka emerges at camp

William Tuihalamaka does not have any offers yet but that could change soon.
The massive offensive guard from Corona (Calif.) Centennial had dominant moments during the one-on-one session at the RCS Southern California and he said some major programs have already been involved in his recruitment.
"There are a lot of big colleges talking to me," Tuihalamaka said.
"I'm hearing from USC, Texas A&M, Alabama, Oregon State and a couple other schools."
The 6-foot-4, 366-pound prospect who is equal parts power, tenacity and toughness said because no offers have come in that he doesn't have any favorites.
With some schools showing interest and many others sure to get involved as the recruiting process continues, the Corona Centennial standout said he plans to just keep working hard and hope for the best.
"It's way too early," Tuihalamaka said. "I'm just going to wait and be patient."
It will be interesting to see what happens if USC offers. Tuihalamaka is a former teammate of USC signee Viane Talamaivao and they played alongside each other on the Corona Centennial offensive line.
The two are close and if the Trojans get involved in his recruitment then there might be a good chance he would take that offer very seriously.
"I learned about being physical from him," Tuihalamaka said. "I learned about not stopping your feet and to finish the play. I learned a lot from Viane and those guys."