Kamehameha senior Adam Stack, one of two players from Hawaii selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 7, in San Antonio, received his jersey today in a presentation on campus.
Stack has committed to Oregon and still plans to enroll in January.
After missing the the first two games of the season returning from a hip injury, Stack went 11-for-11 on extra-point tries and made field goals of 35, 39 and 27 yards for the Warriors.
He was rated the No. 1 prospect by Chris Sailer Kicking when the committed to the Ducks during the summer.
Stack will be joined in the Army All-American Bowl by Saint Louis quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who will receive his jersey at a ceremony at his school on Wednesday.
Tagovailoa, who has committed to Alabama and also plans to enroll in January, was offered by LSU and new head coach Ed Orgeron on Tuesday. Multiple online reports say Orgeron is trying to sway Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, who helped recruit Tagovailoa to Alabama, to take the same job at LSU.
Orgeron and Kiffin are connected from their days coaching together at USC.