Just a couple of recruiting tidbits to pass along.
Waianae offensive lineman Onesimus Clarke says he is up to five Division I scholarship offers. The 6-foot-5, 290-pounder, who was named to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State first team this past season, says he has received scholarship offered from Boise State and Nevada to bring his total to five. Clarke also holds offers from BYU, Oregon State and Hawaii.
Fresno State, with new head coach Jeff Tedford, is continuing to ramp up its recruiting efforts in the islands. The Bulldogs, who signed Kamehameha linebacker Tainoa Foster and Leilehua lineman Netane Muti last year, has made offers to two Hawaii kids over the last few days.
— Samson Reed (@Samsonreed92) January 7, 2017
— Faatui Tuitele (@tuitele87) January 10, 2017
Samson Reed, a junior defensive end at Kahuku this past season, is up to four offers with Fresno State joining BYU, Hawaii and Washington State.
Saint Louis sophomore Faatui Tuitele, who is the No. 1-rated prospect out of Hawaii for the class of 2019, added a Bulldogs offer to a sheet that includes BYU, Hawaii, Ole Miss, USC, Utah, Vanderbilt.
Tuitele was recently listed as the No. 5 overall defensive tackle prospect in the country from his class by 247sports.com.