Kamehameha linebacker Tainoa Foster received a scholarship offer to play football for the University of Hawaii in 2016, according to his coach Doug Cosbie.
Foster also tweeted the news recently.
“It’s still early in the process,” Cosbie said. “He’s getting a lot of attention and they offered him during the junior days (Saturday, when juniors were invited to watch the Rainbow Warriors during spring practice).
“He’s a good player and has a big upside. He’s very long and very physical.”
Videos on Hudl.com shows Foster menacing opposing player with speed, quickness, agility and crunching hits.
Cosbie said six or seven Pac-12 schools have shown an interest in Foster as well, including Oregon, Oregon State and Arizona.
The 6-foot-2, 192-pound Foster will be going into his senior season for Kamehameha this fall.