Mililani’s Gabriel picks up Georgia offer

Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel has led the Trojans to a state final in two of the last three seasons. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel reopened his recruitment this week after being an Army commit since June.

Two schools have since extended an offer to Hawaii’s all-time passing record holder, including a big-time program in the SEC.

Georgia and Coastal Carolina have added their names to Gabriel’s offer sheet that now includes six schools total.

He announced the news this morning after Friday night’s 24-2 win over Campbell to push Mililani into a state final for the fourth time in the last six years.

Georgia, which lost to Alabama in the College Football Playoff championship game last season, has extended offers to other uncommitted prospects Faatui Tuitele and Jordan Botelho of Saint Louis.

Gabriel rushed for two touchdowns in the win over the Sabers and owns the Hawaii career passing record with 9,589 yards in 39 games. He’s also thrown for 104 touchdowns.

This season, Gabriel is now sixth on the single-season passing list with 3,488 yards. He’s thrown 37 touchdown passes with 10 interceptions.

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COMMENTS

  1. Charles Amai November 17, 2018 5:09 pm

    Awesome!


  2. obake November 17, 2018 11:33 pm

    So does this make him a 4 or 5 star recruit. When he had Army, Navy, Air Force and UH. he was 3 stars.


  3. 808TakingOva November 18, 2018 11:51 am

    HAWAII FOOTBALL BOYS FINALLY GETTING PUT ON THE SOUTH EAST COAST MAP.. THANKS TO TUA AND MILTON AND THE OTHERS THAT CAME BEFORE THAT ONLY GOT LOOKED AT BY WEST COAST SCHOOLS


  4. ToppDoggs November 18, 2018 5:34 pm

    Mililani and St. Louis are Hawaii Football! pumping out SEC talent on the big stage!


  5. Kamehameha #! November 20, 2018 2:20 pm

    Awesome Dillon Boy! Go big or go home! You only play football once so do it right with no regret! Go Bulldogs!


  6. Whhy November 24, 2018 9:55 pm

    No commit yet. I wonder what his dream school is.


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