Polynesian Bowl has 40 ESPN Top 300 players

Sumner running back Connor Wedington, named offensive MVP, cut between Kahuku linebacker Sioeli Naupoto and and Saint Louis safety Jalen Saole during the 2017 Polynesian Bowl. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.
Sumner running back Connor Wedington, named offensive MVP, cut between Kahuku linebacker Sioeli Naupoto and and Saint Louis safety Jalen Saole during the 2017 Polynesian Bowl. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

The updated ESPN 300 recruiting rankings for the high school class of 2018 was released Thursday with 40 of the current 2018 Polynesian Bowl commitments listed.

Four of the top eight players in the nation will compete at Aloha Stadium in January 2018 — DE Eyabi Anoma (No. 2), QB Justin Fields (No. 4), WR Jalen Hall (No. 7) and DE Micah Parsons (No. 8).

All 11 Polynesian players listed in the ESPN 300 are committed.

There are seven quarterbacks listed in the top 50 with five committed to the Polynesian Bowl. Bothell, Wash., QB Jacob Sirmon tops the list at No. 13 and is a Washington commit.

You can see the full ESPN 300 rankings here.

To see all of the players committed to the 2018 Polynesian Bowl, check out our Polynesian Bowl page here.

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