Hawaii prospects receive scholarship offers during down time

Campbell's Titus Mokiao-Atimalala (1) led the Sabers in receiving yards and touchdowns as a junior. Photo by Jay Metzger/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

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 FBS school today from Oregon.

Titus and his brother, Tamatoa, a senior who signed with Hawaii, sat down with Hawaii Prep World writer Paul Honda before the start of last season for an in-depth interview. You can see that by clicking here.

Titus Mokiao-Atimalala has now earned offers from seven Pac-12 schools — Arizona State, California, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and Washington State.

In 32 career games at Campbell and Kapolei, Mokiao-Atimalala has caught 170 passes for 2,915 yards and 37 touchdowns.


He owns three of the top 10 receiving performances in a single game in school history, including a career-high 179 yards against Mililani in his season opener last year.

Also on Tuesday, Punahou linebacker Kahanu Kia announced he has received a scholarship offer from San Diego State.

Kia now have five scholarship offers total with Washington State, Utah, Hawaii and Colorado the others to extend an offer.

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