SMU set to evalute Moala today

SMU set to evalute Moala today

The Mustangs have offered seven defensive tackles and David Moala could be No. 8. The Serra junior recorded 110 tackles, 12 sacks, and five forced fumbles in 2009. The Mustangs are reportedly going to evaluate him today. Come inside as PonyStampede.com is the first to tell you about his story. If you don't have a premium membership, you are missing out!

The Mustangs have offered seven defensive tackles and David Moala could be No. 8. The Serra junior recorded 110 tackles, 12 sacks, and five forced fumbles in 2009.

"I have been talking to Coach Klemm a little bit. He is saying that they really like me. They are going to come watch me on Tuesday and check me out," stated Moala to PonyStampede.com. "I know the Hawaii coaches are there and that they are turning around the program, but that is about it."

Teammates with SMU quarterback offeree Conner Preston, Moala is hearing from Idaho, San Jose State, Arizona, Michigan, and Oregon.

"I'm going to really sit down with my family and talk about it, but I really want to stay in the Pac-10. I think Michigan is possibly getting close to offering me, but I don't know," said the 6'1, 285 pound 2011 prospect.

As to describe himself, Moala stated: "I'm not really a high motor guy, but I think that coming into this year I'm going to have a little more speed. I went to the Nike camp and got overlooked by everyone, so coming into the year I've got some motivation."

PonyStampede.com will check in with Moala after the coaches visit the junior's practice.

Until then, here is a scouting evaluation from Scout.com:

Compact interior linemen with great athleticism and flexibility. Low center of gravity with a lot of weight through his hips and thighs. Very agile player who is light on his feet and quick off the ball. Can get good penetration with his quickness and first step off the ball. Height may concern some, but Moala is an active, athletic interior defensive line prospect - Scott Kennedy, Scout.com

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