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"Tiny" All-American Still Waiting

Viliami "Tiny" Moala

Sacramento (Calif.) Grant NT Tiny Moala is one Cal's main recruiting targets for the 2011 class. The five-star prospect continues to rake in the offers, but says he's not ready to make a decision. On Sunday, at the NFTC at Stanford, he picked up an offer he couldn't refuse – an invite to play in the prestigious U.S. Army All-American Game…

Viliami "Tiny" Moala (6-3, 340) competed in his first organized football camp at Sunday's Nike Football Training Camp at Stanford. "It was my first time out," said Moala. "It was great; I learned a lot of new things and met a lot of new people." While he didn't walk away with DL MVP honors (that went to Dylan Wynn), Moala received his official invite to play in the 2011 U.S. Army All-American... Recommended Stories

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