RECRUITING: USC, UW hand out offers

Catching up on some offers that have been handed out in the last week. We attempt to keep our Hawaii High School Football Recruiting Tracker updated as often as possible. If you see someone missing from the list, don’t hesitate to let us know.

The most recent offer came on Monday from USC, which offered Kahuku sophomore Enokk Vimahi. Vimahi, a 6-foot-4, 250-pound OL/DL, also has offers from Nebraska, Fresno State, Hawaii and BYU. He is the younger brother of current Kahuku senior Aliki Vimahi, who was also offered by USC but ended up signing with Utah earlier this month.

We’ve also added Kailua OL Sione Veikoso to the recruiting list. Veikoso, a 6-foot-6, 290-pound junior, currently holds offers from BYU and Washington State.

Kahuku defensive end Samson Reed added his fifth offer from San Diego State while Waianae junior defensive end Kana’i Mauga added his fourth offer from Vanderbilt.

Pearl City outside linebacker Zion Tupuola-Fetui picked up his first offer from reigning Pac-12 champion Washington.


  1. ??? February 20, 2017 2:22 pm

    Congrats Vimahi.
    USC just got commitment from Palaie Gaoteote too, reunited with Vae Malepeai. Awesome…

  2. Mahatma Gandhi February 20, 2017 3:42 pm

    First time ever Pearl City has a Div 1 football player.

  3. DBCOACH February 20, 2017 9:06 pm

    @Mahatma Gandhi

    Negative! PC had couple already playing D1 collegiate football. The ones I remember are Dave Lefotu (Hawaii) Cyrus Coen (Washington St.) Jordan Taamu (Transfer to Ole Miss) and now, hopefully Zion. Pretty sure he’s gonna get even more offer once the season starts rolling by again.

  4. ??? February 23, 2017 3:56 am

    @mahatma Gandhi,
    It’s not PC 1st DI player; also you said Alabama doesn’t have beaches they have some nice beaches. Keep posting cause you do have a lot of Hawaii HS football knowledge. I’m honestly not being sarcastic.

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