Campbell’s Titus Mokiao-Atimalala selected for 2021 Polynesian Bowl

With the final selections from Hawaii for the 2020 Polynesian Bowl scheduled to be made over the next two days, a second player from the islands has been named a Polynesian Bowl All-Star for 2021.

Campbell junior Titus Mokiao-Atimalala was selected for the 2021 game this morning, joining Saint Louis’ Mason Tufaga as the only early invitees from Hawaii so far.

Mokiao-Atimalala is a two-way standout for the Sabers and has been the most productive receiver in the state this year. Through eight games, Mokiao-Atimalala has 53 receptions for a state-high 931 yards and 16 touchdowns.


He’s currently fourth on the state’s career receiving yardage list with 2,710 yards in 29 games. Only Miah Ostrowski (Punahou), Gerald Welch (Saint Louis) and Kanawai Noa (Punahou), who holds the record with 3,510 yards in 28 games, are ahead of Mokiao-Atimalala.


Listed at 6 feet and 170 pounds, Mokiao-Atimalala currently holds offers from Utah and Hawaii.


His brother, Tamatoa, has been selected a 2020 Polynesian Bowl All-Star.

For a list of players selected to the 2021 game, click here.

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