The offers keep rolling in for offensive lineman Isaac Luatua (6-3, 295, 4.9) from La Mirada, Calif. Just last week, Luatua picked up an offer from Tennessee and now he has received his second offer from a SEC school.
"Isaac received another offer from the SEC," La Mirada offensive coordinator Armando Rivas said. "He was offered by Arkansas."
Luatua is obviously very excited about the good fortune he has received on the recruiting trail in recent days.
"It's amazing getting these phone calls and offers," Luatua said. "Arkansas is a SEC school and has great academics.
"The offensive line coach (Chris Klenakis) has coached a lot of guys that have gone on to the NFL," Luatua said. "Distance is not a factor in my decision and I'm open to everybody.
"The SEC is such an intriguing conference, great players, great coaches, great fan support, but the bottom line is I have two goals," Luatua said. "I want to get a degree and win a national championship."
Luatua's offers are bound to keep climbing this spring. There aren't that many big men that have his versatility. He could end up making an impact on either side of the ball.
Besides the Arkansas and Tennessee, Luatua has offers from Boston College, Colorado State, New Mexico, Wyoming and UCLA.
Luatua was first-team all-league and first-team all-CIF his junior season as a defensive lineman. He also made the Long Beach Telegram's prestigious Dream Team as an offensive lineman. Luatua racked up 51 tackles, one pass deflect and one fumble recovery.
Luatua carries a 2.9 GPA and will be taking his SAT in the very near future. Moschetti said he's going to be fine academically and should be able to qualify for just about every school in the Pac 10.