Local grads gear up for FBS season

Saint Louis alum Marcus Mariota enters the 2014 season as one of the leading Heisman Trophy candidates. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Saint Louis alum Marcus Mariota enters the 2014 season as one of the leading Heisman Trophy candidates. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

With the 2014 college football season set to begin in a week, local high school graduates can be found playing at major Division I colleges all across the country.

Here is a list of all of the high school graduates playing football at 32 different mainland FBS schools. Conferences include the Pac-12 (10), Mountain West (8), ACC (3), Big 12 (3), SEC (2), Sun Belt (2), Big Ten and three of the four FBS independent schools.

AIR FORCE FALCONS
Brayden Hill (Punahou ’12) 5-10, 190, So, DB


ARIZONA WILDCATS
Saneilia Fuimaono (Punahou ’10) 6-1, 288, So, DL
Makani Kema-Kaleiwahea (Kamehameha ’12) 6-4, 235, Jr, LB

ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS
Reeve Koehler (Saint Louis ’13) 6-4, 331, Fr, OL
Mitchell Loewen (Lahainaluna ’11) 6-4, 282, Jr, DL

ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS
Paul Andrew Rhoden (Campbell ’13) 6-0, 228, So, RB
Jaryn Villegas (Leilehua ’13) 6-2, 294, Fr, OL

BOISE STATE BRONCOS
Kamalei Correa (Saint Louis ’13) 6-3, 247, So, LB
Jeremy Ioane (Punahou ’10) 5-10, 192, Sr, S

BRIGHAM YOUNG U. COUGARS
Kamalani Kaluhiokalani (Kamehameha ’11) 6-1, 251, Fr, DL
Graham Rowley (Waialua ’10) 6-4, 280, Jr, DL

CLEMSON TIGERS
Scott Pagano (Moanalua ’13) 6-3, 295, Fr, DT

COLORADO BUFFALOES
Kaiwi Crabb (Punahou ’10) 6-3, 295, Sr, OL
Juda Parker (Saint Louis ’11) 6-2, 270, Sr, DL
Jaisen Sanchez (Saint Louis ’14) 6-1, 195, Fr, DB
K.T. Tu‘umalo (Punahou ’11) 6-2, 220, Sr, LB

FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS
Ioane Sagapolu (Farrington ’11) 6-0, 289, Sr, DL

GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS
Shaun Kagawa (Kamehameha-Hawaii ’12) 5-11, 190, Fr, DB

IDAHO VANDALS
Austin Schmidt (Leilehua ’11) 5-9, 229, Jr, LB
Russell Siavii (Leilehua ’12) 6-2, 200, So, S

IOWA STATE CYCLONES
Hiro Sasaki (Kaiser ’11) 6-3, 274, Jr, DE

KANSAS JAYHAWKS
Colton Goeas (Saint Louis ’13) 6-2, 245, Fr, LB

NAVY MIDSHIPMEN
DJ Grant-Johnson (Kamehameha-Hawaii ’12) 6-3, 216, So, PK
Kikau Pescaia (Kamehameha ’12) 5-11, 216, Jr, LB
Blaze Ryder (Kamehameha ’12) 5-11, 265, Jr, C

NEVADA WOLF PACK
Joey Anglemire (Mililani ’13) 6-3, 280, Fr, OL
Jake Lacaden (Saint Louis ’14) 5-11, 215, Fr, LB
Marc Ma (‘Iolani ’14) 6-2, 220, Fr, DL
Kalei Meyer (Kamehameha ’14) 6-1, 285, Fr, DL

NEVADA-LAS VEGAS REBELS
Christian Clapp (Kaiser ’13) 6-1, 190, Fr, WR
Asten Koki (Roosevelt ’11) 6-3, 275, Sr, DL
Tau Lotulelei (Maui ’12) 6-1, 220, So, LB
Maika Mataele (Kamehameha ’09) 5-11, 180, Sr, WR
Jarin Morikawa (Mililani ’13) 6-0, 190, Fr, QB
Peni Vea (Kealakehe ’11) 6-1, 205, Jr, DB


NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES
Kawe Johnson (Kahuku ’13) 5-8, 177, So, DB
Kalei Auelua (Saint Louis ’12) 6-2, 240, So, DE
Houston Clemente (Saint Louis ’11) 6-4, 303, Jr, OL

OREGON DUCKS
Isaac Ava (Saint Louis ’10) 5-10, 265, Sr, LB
DeForest Buckner (Punahou ’12) 6-7, 290, Jr, DL
Koa Ka‘ai (Kamehameha ’11) 6-4, 245, Jr, TE
Marcus Mariota (Saint Louis ’11) 6-4, 219, Jr, QB
Davis Miyashiro (Punahou ’14) 6-2, 300, Fr, OL
Bronson Yim (Saint Louis ’11) 5-10, 185, Jr, DB

OREGON STATE BEAVERS
Titus Failauga (Mid-Pacific ’13) 6-3, 236, Fr, DE
Manase Hungalu (Kealakehe ’13) 6-0, 230, Fr, LB
Ali’i Robins (Saint Louis ’11) 6-2, 285, Jr, DT
Kalani Vakameilalo (Kapolei ’14) 6-3, 338, Fr, DT
LaMone Williams (Kahuku ’14) 6-2, 278, Fr, DE

PITTSBURGH PANTHERS
Jeremiah Taleni (Kailua ’13) 6-2, 295, Fr, DL

SAN DIEGO STATE AZTECS
Dakota Turner (Mililani ’13) 6-3, 235, Fr, LB

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TROJANS
Larry Tuileta (Punahou ’14) 6-2, 200, Fr, QB

STANFORD CARDINAL
Luke Kaumatule (Punahou ’12) 6-7, 276, Jr, DE

TEXAS A&M AGGIES
Jeremy Tabuyo (Saint Louis ’13) 5-11, 180, So, WR

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS
V.J. Fehoko (Farrington ’10) 5-11, 220, Sr, LB

UCLA BRUINS
Kaimi Fairbairn (Punahou ’12) 6-0, 190, Jr, PK
Isaako Savaiinaea (Puahou ’13) 6-2, 232, So, LB

UTAH UTES
Kala Friel (Kamehameha ’09) 6-4, 315, Jr, OL
Feke Kioa (Kealakehe ’14) 6-1, 311, Fr, OL
Tevita Malafu (Baldwin ’11) 6-1, 225, Jr, LB

UTAH STATE AGGIES
Brian Suite (Punahou ’10) 6-3, 205, Sr, S
Jarom Baldomero (‘Iolani ’08) 6-0, 230, Jr, LB
Christopher Thee (Kahuku ’11) 6-0, 280, Fr, OL
KJ Uluave (Kahuku ’11) 6-4, 255, Fr, DE
Elvis Kamana-Matagi (King Kekaulike ’10) 6-2, 298, Sr, DL

WASHINGTON HUSKIES
Shane Brostek (Hawaii Prep ’12) 6-4, 283, Jr, OL
Micah Hatchie (Waialua ’10) (RS ’10) 6-5, 306, Sr, OL
Hau‘oli Kikaha (Kahuku ’10) (RS) 6-3, 246, Sr, LB
Psalm Wooching (Kealakehe ’12) (RS) 6-4, 225, So, LB

WASHINGTON STATE COUGARS
Cyrus Coen (Pearl City ’11) 6-0, 208, Sr, LB
Kingston Fernandez (Kapolei ’14) 6-2, 254, Fr, DE
Hercules Mata’afa (Lahainaluna ’14) 6-2, 225, Fr, DE
Chester Sua (Kaimuki ’11) 6-1, 226, Jr, LB
Taylor Taliulu (Kamehameha ’12) 5-11, 206, Jr, S

WISCONSIN BADGERS
Micah Kapoi (Kapolei’ 14) 6-4, 323, Fr, OL


WYOMING COWBOYS
Siaosi Hala’api’api (Kaimuki ’12) 6-2, 255, Jr, DE
Tim Kamana (Punahou ’12) 5-11, 196, Fr, S

Pretty impressive for a few small islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

COMMENTS

  1. makani August 21, 2014 10:39 am

    UMass Matt Sparks


  2. makani August 21, 2014 10:41 am

    Matt Sparks-UMass


  3. Billy Hull August 21, 2014 10:55 am

    Whoops. Thanks for the addition. Googled every school roster. Musta glossed right over it.


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