Kapoi, Ah-Hoy, Watson receive college offers

Kahuku running back Kesi Ah-Hoy, who will be a junior this fall, received a football scholarship offer from BYU. Jamm Aquino / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Kahuku running back Kesi Ah-Hoy, who will be a junior this fall, received a football scholarship offer from BYU. Jamm Aquino / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Kamehameha defensive end Alema Kapoi is among three high school football players to be offered FBS Division I scholarships recently, according to Scout.com.

Kapoi, a senior-to-be this fall, is a 6-foot, 265-pound defensive end, and he was offered a scholarship by Army.

Two juniors-to-be — Kahuku running back Kesi Ah-Hoy and Leilehua safety Charles Watson — were also offered scholarships.


BYU made an offer to Ah-Hoy, who is 6-0 and 195 pounds, and Hawaii extended an offer to Watson, who is 6-1 and 170 pounds.


The Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Hawaii Prep World also recently learned that Army offered a scholarship in February to ‘Iolani senior offensive lineman Josh Hauani‘o, who plays center and guard for the Raiders.


Below is a link to a list of Hawaii high school football players in the classes of 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 who have received FBS Division I scholarship offers.

http://www.hawaiiprepworld.com/football/class-of-2016-football-recruits/

COMMENTS

  1. Kim Redmon June 30, 2015 6:45 pm

    Quality kid in Kesi Ah-Hoy…any school would be blessed to recruit him, humble, hard working, dedicated & great student…but most of all…he is GREAT WITH ALL OUR KIDS WITH UNIWUE ABILITIES ON CSMPUS…2 THUMBS UP FROM Miss Kim…Scirnce teacher @ Kahuku! Best of lu k Kesi!


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