Crusaders’ Ulu-Perry gets noticed is rolling out its Hot 100 for the class of 2015 this week and Saint Louis offensive lineman Fred Ulu-Perry was part of a group unveiled on Wednesday. Ulu-Perry, whose highlight video from YouTube is below, made the list at No. 63.

Ulu-Perry is part of a Crusaders offensive line that has given quarterback Ryder Kuhns time to complete nearly 64 percent of his passes for 1,133 yards and 15 touchdowns. Both totals lead the ILH. Running back Adam Noga is averaging 8.6 yards per carry and 92.4 per game.

The Student Sports staff’s assessment of the 6-foot-2, 301-pounder (as listed on the Saint Louis roster):

“Ulu-Perry was nearly named MVP at the LA (Nike Football Training Camp) in a group that included Opening invites Damien Mama, Viane Talamaivao, and Toa Lobendahn. He was that good at guard. Is a bit under-the-radar due to being out on the islands, but was as dominant as any sophomore we saw at an NFTC. Clocked a 4.78 shuttle back in 2012 at 300 pounds. Has early offers from Hawaii and Washington State.”

The Crusaders won’t take the field again until their ILH playoff game against Kamehameha on Oct. 19. Saint Francis forfeited the regular-season finale scheduled for Friday at Aloha Stadium. Instead of a doubleheader, Punahou faces Pac-Five in the lone game of the evening at 6:30 p.m.


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