More visits set for juco DE Tulimasealii 

November, 29, 2012
It was a busy month of November for junior college defensive end Lyndon Tulimasealii (Palm Desert, Calif./College of the Desert) and things aren't about to slow down as the calendar flips to December.

The 6-foot-4, 270-pound end took official visits to Utah (Nov. 16) and Oregon State (Nov. 23) this past month, and will travel to Kansas (Dec. 7) and Washington State (Dec. 14) in the coming weeks. And while he also has an official visit scheduled to Pittsburgh on Jan. 18, Tulimasealii said things could be wrapped up with his recruitment in time for the early junior college signing day, Dec. 19, depending on how the next few weeks play out.

Born in American Samoa, Tulimasealii moved to Alaska in first grade and made his way down to College of the Desert after high school to play junior college football. He said adjusting to the weather was the first thing he was forced to deal with. After that, it was the attention from college coaches this past spring that took Tulimasealii by surprise. Though his ultimate destination will come from the group of five official visits, Tulimasealii said programs such as Iowa State, Oklahoma and Texas A&M extended offers before communication faded away.