Nike Football Combine results and video

High school football players go through drills during the 2015 Nike football combine on Sunday, February 8, 2015 at Aloha Stadium in Halawa.  (Jamm Aquino/Honolulu Star-Advertiser).
High school football players go through drills during the 2015 Nike football combine on Sunday, February 8, 2015 at Aloha Stadium in Halawa. (Jamm Aquino/Honolulu Star-Advertiser).

The nest wave of high school football talent hit the field at Aloha Stadium last Sunday for the 2015 Nike Football Combine.

We’ve got the unofficial results plus some great videos from the event. Here are the top 25 participants from Hawaii high schools based on their SPARQ rating, which is calculated using results from a series of tests including the 40-yard dash, a kneeling power ball toss, a shuttle drill and a vertical jump.

1. Drew Kobayashi (2016), WR, Saint Louis, 6-3, 190, 116.52
2. Vavae Malepeai (2016), RB, Mililani, 5-11, 200, 113.73.
3. Luca Vartic (2016), DB, Konawaena, 6-0.5, 189, 110.16.
4. Kalakaua Timoteo (2016), WR, Mililani, 6-2.5, 195, 103.68.
5. Nick Culp (2016), WR, Mililani, 6-1.5, 186, 102.42.
6. Jordan Iosefa (2016), LB, Saint Louis, 6-2.5, 216, 101.73.
7. Charles Watson (2017), DB, Leilehua, 6-0.5, 163, 96.72.
8. Nic Tom (2016), DB, Kaiser, 5-9. 167, 92.82.
9. Keoni-Kordell Makekau (2016), WR, ‘Iolani, 5-10, 157, 91.62.
10. Russel Montibon (2016), OL, Kamehameha, 6-2, 275, 91.14.
11. Leroy Banks (2016), RB, Aiea, 5-8, 195, 91.02.
12. Isaac Slade-Matautia (2017), LB, Saint Louis, 6-0.5, 215, 88.17.
13. Akili Gray (2016), DB, Kamehameha, 5-10, 174, 86.82.
14. Sean Auwae (2016), OL, Kapolei, 6-3.5, 290, 86.46.
15. Michael Eletise (2016), OL, Kaiser, 6-3, 303, 86.28.
16. La’akea Look (2016), LB, Punahou, 5-11, 207, 86.28.
17. Bryson Ventura (2016), WR, Mililani, 5-10, 166, 84.93.
18. Saitaua Lefau (2016), WR, Saint Louis, 5-9, 179, 84.84.
19. Martin Tigilau (2016), WR, Kailua, 5-11.5, 185, 84.39.
20. Michael Kahula (2016), LB, Kamehameha, 5-8, 196, 83.88.
21. Tyson Tafai (2016), LB Campbell, 5-8.5, 179.
22. Ephraim Tuliloa (2016), QB, Punahou, 6-0, 240, 82.05
23. Thomas Reid (2016), WR, Radford, 81.45.
24. Jeremiah Pritchard (2016), Farrington, LB, 5-11.5, 197, 81.27.
25. Keala Santiago (2016), DB, Kahuku, 5-10, 187, 81.21.


Mililani RB Vavae Malepeai ran the fastest 40-yard dash (4.44 seconds), followed by Mililani WR Jarod Alama (4.47), Leilehua DB Charles Watson (4.52) and ‘Iolani WR Keoni-Kordell Makekau (4.53).

Saint Louis WR Drew Kobayashi had the fastest shuttle time of 4.03 seconds. The top kneeling power ball toss went to Kapolei OL Sean Auwae (47 inches) while Konawaena DB Luca Vartic had the best vertical jump (37.8 inches).

For full results of every participant, click here.


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