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 is the only other junior who already holds at least 10 FBS offers.
Tufaga (6-1, 210) is ranked fifth in the country at his position and No. 170 overall, while Hoohuli (6-3, 220), who like Tufaga as listed as an inside linebacker, is the eighth-ranked prospect at the position and No. 212 overall.
They are the only two four-star recruits in the class from Hawaii.
Mokiao-Atimalala (6-1, 170) is on par with Tufaga and Hoohuli in terms of offers and has a pretty expansive list. Michigan, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Utah and UCLA are among the notable offers.
Hawaii has 10 three-star recruits listed by 247Sports, beginning with Kamehameha offensive lineman Kuao Peihopa (6-3, 305), whose offer sheet includes Washington, Wisconsin and Arizona State.
Kapolei defensive end Zhen-Keith Sotelo (6-4, 265) rounds out the Top 5.
Twelve players from the junior class from Hawaii currently hold at least one offer.