Las Vegas OL Commits to Sun Devils

Four-Star Prospect Po'u Palelei

For several days now Po'u Palelei has been saying that ASU was his leader. Following a visit from the ASU coaches at his school and a family gathering, the Bishop Gorman standout pulled the trigger.

"It felt like home on my visit," said Po'u Palelei. "I didn't feel that way when I visited Washington. I'm not gonna talk to anyone else or take anymore visits." The 6-5 315 lineman visited ASU last weekend, and canceled a trip to Texas A&M this weekend. He also tripped to Washington on Jan. 12th.

The 2006 U.S. Army All-American, who's ranked by Scout.com as the ninth best offensive guard in the nation, said that he isn't qualified academically yet, but he's feels that he's in good shape to do so.

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