Xavier Su’a-Filo may announce on ESPNU his school Choice

Yesterday it seemed as if Timpview, UT offensive line prospect, Xavier Su’a-Filo, was going to announce on ESPNU where he was going to play football.  That now may or may not happen, because Su’a-Filo may be waiting to see if his current high school coach, Louie Wong, gets the offensive line coaching job at Utah.  That decision may take a few days, which cold mean that Su’a-Filo may not declare tomorrow as originally planed.

Xavier Su’a-Filo is the number three ranked offensive lineman and the thirty-fifth rated prospect on the ESPNU 150.  The odd thing is that on some of ESPNU’s list the final schools are BYU, USC, UCLA, and LSU.  Then on others they include Utah, but if you go to The S alt Lake Tribune, Rivals, and Scout all have Utah on all of their lists, nothing serious just a thought.

This would be a huge get for any school, but one thing that puzzles me is that why BYU is still on the list.  There have been radio reports that BYU is not on the list, but I guess until Xavier takes it officially of his list nothing is complete.  All signs point to Xavier Su’a-Filo’s decision based on if his high school coach gets the offensive line coach at the University of Utah, so if Wong gets the job Xavier will  be should be at Utah.  If Wong does not get the job then who knows who will get Xavier next year, either way this could keep the Utes and every other school waiting a few days.

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