Visits will come after the test for DT

Salt Lake City (Utah) Highland two-star defensive tackle Samu Sitake has had another all-league, all-region and all-state season on the gridiron. And once he clears things up off the field it looks like he’ll have plenty of options to consider.
“I’m going to take my official visits after I pass my ACT test,” Sitake, who is 6-foot and 270 pounds, said.
“I have an offer from Utah still, and they’re on my list along with USC, Michigan, Washington State and Oregon.
“They’re all good programs, and I like that they can offer me a lot of things that are good academic and athletically.”
Sitake has also been nomined to play in the Down Under Bowl. Sitake was clocked at 5.09 seconds in the 40-yard dash at the Palo Alto NIKE Training Camp.
“Samu is very explosive, very aggressive and has a very nasty streak,” Highland offensive coordinator Brody Benson said.
“He has the ability to really let it loose on the defensive side of the ball and then turn on the switch and play more contained and smart football on offense."