Two of the best Hawaii high school football players who had been playing Division I football for multiple years decided to transfer this offseason.
Defensive linemen Breiden Fehoko (Farrington) and Scott Pagano (Moanalua) enjoyed the recruiting process all over again before making their decisions.
This morning, Fehoko, who was a two-year starter at Texas Tech, announced he would enroll at LSU.
— Breiden Fehoko (@breidenfehoko4) April 17, 2017
Fehoko had taken official visits to Ole Miss, Auburn, Georgia, Louisville and LSU before deciding on the Tigers.
Pagano, who won a national title at Clemson this past season, made his decision Friday, choosing Oregon over Oklahoma as a graduate transfer.
Pagano joins an Oregon team that continues to fill its roster with island-born players. Redshort sophomore Dylan Kane (Kamehameha) is expected to transition to wide receiver this year from defensive back. Linebacker Kaulana Apelu (Kamehameha) started games last season as did defensive tackle Rex Manu (Mililani). The roster also includes tight end Matt Mariota (Saint Louis) and recently enrolled kicker Adam Stack (Kamehameha).