He was wearing a basketball jersey on Friday as most of his high school teammates donned football gear. But Tuli Wily-Matagi was busy all the same.
The 2015 Utes commit is making the most of a trip from his home in Hawaii. He visited the Utes early in the week, then took a trip to Colorado for a camp there where he picked up an offer, then back to All-Poly Camp in Layton this weekend where he's picking up interest from other Pac-12 programs.
At the moment, Wily-Matagi could play either offense or defense in college, though he says he's leaning toward tight end. Utes coaches are playing tug-of-war over him right now. But either way, he said, he's planning on being a Ute.
Check out the video above and check back for more recruiting info from All-Poly Camp.
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