More offers on table for Vimahi, Aleki

Kahuku defensive lineman Aliki Vimahi sacked Kapolei's Taulia Tagovailoa during a 2015 OIA playoff game. Jay Metzger / Special to Star-Advertiser.
Kahuku defensive lineman Aliki Vimahi sacked Kapolei’s Taulia Tagovailoa during a 2015 OIA playoff game. Jay Metzger / Special to Star-Advertiser.

UNLV continues to target Hawaii as one of its top recruiting priorities, handing out two more offers to local standouts this week.

Kahuku tight end/defensive end Aliki Vimahi added UNLV on Tuesday to a list of offers that includes BYU, Colorado, Hawaii and Oregon State. Vimahi, who is 6-foot-4 and 250 pounds, is up to five offers which ranks third among the current junior class of high school players in Hawaii.

On Sunday, Kamehameha defensive end/linebacker Andrew Aleki received his first Division I offer from Hawaii. Other schools seemed to take notice as Aleki quickly picked up offers from UNLV and San Diego State.


San Diego State has also offered Punahou linebacker Seyddrick Lakalaka.

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