Punahou quarterback Nick Kapule and wide receiver Ethan Takeyama, along with Kapolei receiver Jaymin Sarono, have all accepted invites to play in the Polynesian Bowl on Jan. 21, 2017, at Aloha Stadium.
The bowl game will announce the additions on Tuesday.
Kapule (6-foot-2, 190 pounds) finished the season completing 60 percent (177-for-295) of his passes for 2,798 yards and 31 touchdowns with nine interceptions.
Kapule, who holds an offer from Hawaii, had two 400-yard passing games in his career and holds the ILH Division I record with 495 yards passing in a game against Saint Louis earlier this season.
Takeyama (5-10, 162) led the Buffanblu with 931 receiving yards on 52 receptions with nine touchdowns. He had a career-high 215 receiving yards in a win over Kamehameha as a junior.
Sarono (5-10, 185) became the first Hawaii high school player with 100 receptions in a season in Saturday’s 33-21 win over Punahou. He had nine catches for 87 yards and four touchdowns against the Buffanblu to give him 1,056 receiving yards and 101 receptions on the season with 21 touchdowns.
There are now 16 high school seniors from Hawaii that have accepted invites to play in the game.