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Hawaii prospects receive scholarship offers during down time

By Billy Hull on March 17, 2020

Schools are on extended spring break and all prep sports activities have been suspended indefinitely, but that hasn’t kept some of the top juniors in the state from receiving Division I scholarship offers. Campbell receiver/defensive back Titus Mokiao-Atimalala has more offers than anyone else from the Class of 2021 in Hawaii. The Sabers’ all-time leading receiver, who has a chance to shatter the state’s career receiving record if he plays a full senior season, earned his 14th offer from an […]

Saint Louis’ 6-5, 350-pound OL Kalan Ellis gets first offer from Hawaii

By Paul Honda on March 8, 2020

Kalan Ellis is a tough guy to miss. Basketball court. Football field. The 6-foot-5, 350-pound Saint Louis offensive lineman wasn’t hard for Hawaii to find. The Warriors took a close look and made him a scholarship offer recently. Offensive line coach Sam Bennett made the connection. “Coach Bennett called me up. They were really interested in my film. Next thing you know, they offered me. It was within a day. They were really impressed. They like my size and my […]

Mason Tufaga, Wynden Hoohuli, Titus Mokiao-Atimalala lead 2021 recruiting class from Hawaii

By Billy Hull on February 11, 2020

With more than 30 seniors from Hawaii signing national letters of intent to play football at Division I FBS schools since the start of December, the focus now shifts to the Class of 2021. Our Hawaii prep football recruiting tracker has been updated to reflect all known offers. Linebacker again looks to be a loaded position with Saint Louis’ Mason Tufaga and Mililani’s Wynden Hoohuli ranked as the top two recruits in the state according to 247Sports. Campbell’s Titus Mokiao-Atimalala […]


LIST: Students participating in today’s Signing Day ceremony

By Billy Hull on February 5, 2020

More than 45 current Hawaii high school seniors participated in Education 1st’s signing day ceremony at the Elks Lodge in Waikiki. Below is a list of student-athletes who participated in the event and where they will attend school. We will also provide stories throughout the day on various athletes. >> Punahou OL Solatoa Moeai on patient process that led to Utah >> Punahou’s QB-WR connection Hugh Brady and Koa Eldredge have bright future >> Saint Louis LB Darrell Masaniai officially […]

Punahou OL Solatoa Moeai on patient process that led to Utah

By Paul Honda on February 5, 2020

He was there to support his teammates again. Solatoa Moeai had spent years battling for them on the gridiron, an offensive lineman with advantages in physical and cerebral capacities. Punahou went 10-2 with Moeai as a key blocker for a pass-heavy offense that evolved into more downhill running with Vincent Terrell in the backfield. Moeai committed to Utah in December, signing early and joining, among others, Saint Louis safety Kamo‘i Latu as a new Ute. On Wednesday morning, he spent […]

Punahou’s QB-WR connection Hugh Brady and Koa Eldredge have bright future

By Paul Honda on February 5, 2020

They’re old friends, not by way of the trenches, but via the unpredictable universe of the forward pass. The script wasn’t what Punahou football fans wanted, but in the end, the future is brighter than ever. Wide receiver Koa Eldredge made it official on Wednesday morning, signing his letter of intent to play football and baseball at Brigham Young University. Nearby, quarterback Hugh Brady inked his pact with Penn. >> CLICK HERE FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF SIGNEES When summer […]

Saint Louis LB Darrell Masaniai officially connects with San Diego State

By Paul Honda on February 5, 2020

The long wait is over for Darrell Masaniai. He looks happy in black and red. Masaniai signed with San Diego State on Wednesday morning, ending a long, arduous process. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior linebacker was one of two Crusaders to sign letters of intent this morning at the signing ceremony hosted by Education 1st at the Waikiki Elks Lodge. “I feel great. This whole thing is just surreal because it’s always something I dreamed of. I’m super thankful and happy […]

Saint Louis’ Kaiser Cambra-Cho pursues airborne dreams with the Air Force

By Paul Honda on February 5, 2020

The Top Gun dream lives on for Kaiser Cambra-Cho. The Saint Louis football player dreamed of becoming a pilot, and his signing with the U.S. Air Force Academy on Wednesday morning brings him one step closer. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound safety was drawn to play football at the Division I level, but the chance to pursue his dream through the Air Force was the deal maker. “I had Army and the University of San Diego. I was actually committed to Army, […]