The University of Hawaii received a big time commitment on Monday when Kahuku defensive back Keala Santiago announced on Twitter he will stay home for college.
Santiago, who is 5-foot-11 and 187 pounds, was the Honolulu Star-Advertiser defensive player of the year as a senior for the undefeated state champion Red Raiders.
Santiago intercepted seven passes over the final four games of the season and was the quarterback on defense for a Kahuku team that allowed only 4.1 points per game.
He chose Hawaii over offers from Army, Colorado, Navy and UNLV.
Also over the weekend, Kamehameha LB Tainoa Foster announced on Twitter that he committed to Fresno State while on an official visit.
Foster also had offers from Washington State, Utah State and Hawaii.