2014: Tuileta, who will play football and volleyball at USC, will serve as a reserve walk-on quarterback as a first-year freshman at USC in 2014.
HIGH SCHOOL: Tuileta was a 3-time All-State first team performer in two sports at Punahou School in Honolulu (Hi.), as an outside hitter in volleyball and a quarterback in football.
In football, he quarterbacked Punahou to an 11-0 record and the 2013 state championship as a senior while completing 155-of-263 passes (58.9%) for 2,647 yards with 28 touchdowns and just 5 interceptions. In 2013, he was the Gatorade Hawaii Player of the Year for the second consecutive season and he was named the Honolulu Star-Advertiser State Offensive Player of the Year and Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly Offensive Player of the Year Award winner.
As a junior in 2012, hit 156-of-246 passes (63.4%) for 2,588 yards with 28 TDs and only 1 interception.
In volleyball, as a 2014 senior he was named the 2014 Volleyball Magazine National Boys' Volleyball High School Player of the Year as he led Punahou to its third straight state championship and the Interscholastic League of Honolulu title, earning Volleyball Magazine Fab 50, All-State and All-ILH Player of the Year notice. He earned All-American and All-ILH honors as a 2013 junior on Punahou's state champs. As a sophomore in 2012, he was the ILH Player of the Year and he helped Punahou to the state crown.
He also starred for many years at the USA Volleyball Boys Junior National Championships while playing for the Ka Ulukoa club team. He led his team to the Club Gold Division titles in 2008 (12s) and 2009 (13s) and the Open Gold Division titles in 2010 (14s), 2011 (15s), 2012 (16s) and 2013 (17s), winning All-Tournament MVP honors in 2011, 2012 and 2013. He was a member of the 2012 USA Volleyball Boys Youth National Training Team. He also won the 2010 USA Volleyball SoCal Open Boys U14 Beach tourney.
PERSONAL: He also has been involved in numerous charitable activities, including volunteering at Habitat for Humanity, area food banks and homeless shelters and serving as a youth volleyball coach.