Saint Louis linebacker Jordan Botelho, who is the No. 1-rated player from Hawaii among the junior class, was listed in the first ESPN 300 recruiting rankings for 2020 released on Friday.
Botelho, who is currently 6-foot-3 and 215 pounds, was rated as the No. 129 overall prospect and seventh among prospects at outside linebacker.
The recruiting website 247Sports has Botelho listed as the No. 194 overall prospect. It also has four of the top five prospects from Hawaii in the class of 2020 from Saint Louis — WR Matt Sykes (No. 2), OLB Nick Herbig (No. 3) and OLB Darrell Masaniai (No. 5).
St. Francis offensive lineman Ope Laloulu, who is 6-foot-7 and 340 pounds, is ranked No. 4 and has offers from BYU and Oregon.
Botelho has already racked up offers from eight schools, including five from the Pac-12 — Arizona State, California, Georgia, Hawaii, LSU, Oregon, Utah, Washington.
Botelho was recently named to the MaxPreps Junior All-American second team on defense. Former Kahuku QB Sol-Jay Maiava, who is now at St. John’s in Washington D.C., made the same MaxPreps Junior All-American second team on offense.
Click here for the full ESPN 300 rankings for 2020.