Weekly Top Players, updated 9/8

That was a quick two weeks since the last update. Here we go, after four weeks of action.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
1. John Wa’a Kahuku 6-3 281 Sr.
2. Reeve Koehler Saint Louis 6-3 321 Sr.
3. Charles Sataraka Farrington 6-3 334 Sr.
4. Michael Boyd Farrington 6-2 290 Sr.
5. Jaryn Villegas Leilehua 6-2 280 Sr.
6. Maka Ah Loo Kapaa 6-2 310 So.
7. Louis Vailopa Saint Louis 6-2 280 Jr.
8. Alika Alexander-Ezra Baldwin 6-0 240 Jr.
9. Joey Anglemire Mililani 6-3 275 Sr.
10. Fred Ulu-Perry Saint Louis 6-2 290 Sr.
11. Micah Kapoi Kapolei 6-4 282 Jr.
12. Kela Grace Aiea 6-1 270 Jr.
13. Mitchell Boyd Farrington 6-1 303 Sr.
14. Tyman Hayashi Pac-Five 6-1 280 Sr.
15. Donald Barenaba-Setoki Kahuku 6-2 301 Jr.

On the cusp:
Colin Ka’alele, Farrington (6-2, 361, Sr.)
Semesi Uluave, Punahou (6-5, 305, So.)
Austen Koki, Pearl City (6-4, 295, Sr.)
Spencer Kiehm, ‘Iolani (5-8, 172, Jr.)
Walter Gaisoa, Kailua (6-3, 248, Sr.)
Marcus Malepeai, Kailua (6-1, 288, Jr.)
Stansen Fonoti, Waianae (6-3, 305, Jr.)
Mana La’ulu, McKinley (6-3, 265, Jr.)


Sleepers:
A.J. White, Farrington (6-1, 311, Sr.)
Kaiwi Chung, Kamehameha (5-10, 235, Jr.)
Ian Kukahiko, Kamehameha (6-2, 220, Sr.)
Nolan Eseroma, Farrington (from Castle)
Davis Miyashiro-Saipaia, Punahou (6-1, 268, Jr.)
Dhavin Spencer-Basa, Molokai (C/NG, 6-3, 285)
Damien Matautia, Waipahu (6-5, 290, Sr.)
Sam Mahelona, Konawaena (5-10, 260, Sr.)
Jared Malaga, McKinley (6-1, 260, Sr.)
Sakkalala Hungalu, McKinley (6-3, 275, Jr.)
Jacob Lewis, Damien (6-3, 251, Sr.)
Derek George, Kalaheo (OL/DL, 6-1, 255, Sr.)
Keenan Greenbaum, Hawaii Prep (6-2, 280, Jr.)
Triton Reich, Honokaa (6-2, 250, Sr.)
Jesse Kaluhiokalani, Kamehameha (5-10, 275, Sr.)

QUARTERBACKS

Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
1. Larry Tuileta Punahou 6-2 188 Jr.
2. Reece Foy ‘Iolani 5-11 175 Sr.
3. Kahoali‘i Karratti Konawaena 5-10 175 Jr.
4. Jarin Morikawa Mililani 6-0 170 Sr.
5. Ryder Kuhns Saint Louis 6-1 180 So.
6. Montana Liana Farrington 5-11 188 So.
7. Kawai Mook-Garcia Saint Louis 5-11 180 Sr.
8. Cody Lui-Yuen Radford 6-3 205 Jr.
9. Justin Jenks Leilehua 5-6 155 Jr.
10. Syles Choy Damien 5-11 160 Jr.

On the cusp:
Micah Kaneshiro, Moanalua (5-7, 170, Jr)
Viliami Livai, Kahuku (6-0, 190, Sr.)
Alzon Kahana, Kapolei (5-10, 160, Jr.)
Isaiah Hernandez-Fonoti, Aiea (6-0, 190, Sr.)
Kaimi Paredes, Waipahu (5-9, 165, Sr.)
Makoa Camanse-Stevens, Kamehameha (6-3, 185, Sr.)
Justin Tago-Su‘e, Campbell (5-10, 165, Sr.)
Kekoa Kaluhiokalani, Waianae (6-0, 185, Jr.)
Kiko Kohler-Fonohema, Lahainaluna
Kahaku Iaea, Kailua (6-2, 218, Sr.)

Sleepers:
Denzel Kalahiki-Gasper, McKinley (6-1, 180, Jr.)
Makana Lyman, Kaiser (5-10, 175, Sr.)
Keha Wong, Keaau
Jordan Cristobal, Kealakehe
Nephi Stevens, Kamehameha (5-10, 180, Sr.)
Kainalu Spencer, Kaimuki (5-9, 160, Jr.)
Kean Wong, Waiakea

RUNNING BACKS
Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
1. Abraham Silva Farrington 5-10 212 Sr.
2. Aofaga Wily Kahuku 6-0 202 Sr.
3. Adam Noga Saint Louis 5-10 175 Jr.
4. Kainalu Kaleo Anuenue 5-9 191 Sr.
5. Tyler Taumua Farrington 5-11 199 Sr.
6. Ryan Tuiasoa Punahou 5-11 214 Sr.
7. Kai Gonda Kaiser 5-11 190 Sr.
8. Ishmil Scott Moanalua 5-11 198 Jr.
9. Anuenue Tui Anuenue 5-7 192 Sr.
10. Jacob Kukahiko Kapolei 5-11 210 Jr.

On the cusp:
Devin Preston, Waiakea (5-9, 175)
Keoni Tom-Millare, Pac-Five (5-11, 180, Sr.)
John Kamoku, Konawaena
Waika Alapai, Kauai (6-2, 235, Sr.)
Jarrin Young, Kailua (5-7, 171, Sr.)
Paul-Andrew Rhoden, Campbell (6-1, 210, Sr.)
Kyle Sato, Damien (5-10, 170, Sr.)
Mana Kaahanui, Aiea (RB/TE 5-10, 210, Jr.)
Malaeloa Liua, Anuenue (RB/LB 5-8, 165, Sr.)
Willie Lynch, Kalaheo (5-9, 180, Sr.)
Cristian Johnston, Kalaheo (5-7, 145, Sr.)
Gavin Kim, Kalani (Sr.)

Sleepers:
Reggie McFadden, Kauai – ADDED 9/8
Matapua Tulafale, Waipahu (5-10, 195, Sr.)
Kody Mento, ‘Iolani (5-7, 177, Sr.)
Lennox Jones, Kealakehe (5-6, 150, Sr.)
Abraham Reinhardt, Baldwin (5-11, 180, Sr.)
Brandon Kahookele, Kamehameha (5-6, 175, Jr.)
Kaulana Apelu, Kamehameha (5-10, 185, So.)
Soli Afalava, Kahuku (6-1, 184, So.)
P.J. Liua, Kahuku (FB, 5-9, 222, Jr.)
Noah Oleyer, Pac-Five (FB, 6-1, 275)
Randon Tuitama, Kaimuki (5-9, 155, Jr.)
Johnny Vance, Keaau (5-10, 180, Sr.)
Tristian Pebria, Campbell (5-5, 175, Jr.)
Koa Basque, Konawaena (5-8, 145, So.)
Ikaika Piceno, Leilehua (5-7, 160, So.)

RECEIVERS
Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
1. Kanawai Noa Punahou 6-0 170 So.
2. Daicorri Briscoe Pearl City 5-11 175 Sr.
3. Dylan Pakau Waipahu 5-10 174 Sr.
4. Jeremy Tabuyo Saint Louis 5-11 180 Sr.
5. Domonic Morris Konawaena 5-8 155 Sr.
6. Kenan Gaspar Konawaena 5-10 175 Jr.
7. Keoni Piceno Leilehua 5-9 170 Sr.
8. Kamakana Apelu Aiea 5-9 155 Jr.
9. Kainoa Abreu Saint Louis 6-0 180 Sr.
10. Christian Clapp Kaiser 6-1 170 Sr.

On the cusp:
Nainoa Frank, Kalaheo (6-6, 200, Sr.)
Tanner Nishioka, ‘Iolani (6-0, 175, Sr.)
Ekolu Ramos, Mililani (Sr.)
Erren Jean-Pierre, Mililani (Sr.)
Kainoa Wilson, Mililani (So.)
Jameson Pasigan, Radford (5-9, 150, So.)
Alii Pedrina, Kamehameha (5-9, 175, Sr.)
Brannon Bantolina, Campbell (SB, 5-7, 145, Sr.)
James Hashimoto, Farrington (5-7, 128, Sr.)
Tanner Tokunaga, Pearl City (5-7, 145, Jr.)


Sleepers:
Shem Sukumaran, Kalaheo (6-1, 170, Sr.)
Devan Stubblefield, Saint Louis (6-1, 185, Jr.)
Gavin Kim, Kalani
Colton Dayacos-Gaspar, Mililani (SB, Sr.)
Josh Jenks, Leilehua (5-9, 165, Sr.)
Mataio Fualema, Waipahu (5-11, 161, Sr.)
Tyler Liana (TE), Farrington (6-0, 225, Sr.)
Jayce Bantolina, Campbell (6-0, 175, So.)
Amosa Amosa Jr., Campbell (5-9, 170, Jr.)
Keanu Chee, Punahou (6-0, 175, Sr.)
Isaac Amorin, Pearl City (5-9, 165, Sr.)
Jay Braun, King Kekaulike (transfer from Seabury Hall) (5-9, 190, Jr.)
Noah Willey, Punahou (6-4, 190, Sr.)
Enrique Gruver, Kalani (Jr.)
Tyrell Tuiasosopo, McKinley (6-1, 170, Jr.)
Francis Evagelia, Farrington (5-9, 171, Sr.)
Keanu Chung, Waianae (6-1, 175, Sr.)
Pookela Noa Nakamoto, Waianae (5-11, 160, Jr.)
Kama Vincent, Kamehameha-Hawaii
Dayton Kiko, Waiakea
Giuseppi Zapataoliva, Kealakehe
Drew Kell, Hilo

DEFENSIVE LINE

Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
1. Kennedy Tulimasealii (DT) Waianae 6-2 280 Sr.
2. Ualesi Sale (DE) Aiea 6-3 225 Sr.
3. Scott Pagano (DT) Moanalua 6-3 280 Sr.
4. Titus Failauga (DE) Pac-Five 6-4 245 Sr.
5. Kamalei Correa (DE) Saint Louis 6-3 245 Sr.
6. Tovia Tufaga (DT) Kahuku 6-0 246 Sr.
7. Lamone Williams (DE) Kahuku 6-3 238 Jr.
8. Dakota Turner (DT) Mililani 6-3 255 Sr.
9. Miki Fangatua (DT) Baldwin 6-1 248 Sr.
10. Jeremy Taua (DE) Leilehua 6-1 210 Sr.

On the cusp:
Amate Savusa, Campbell (DE, 6-2, 205, Sr.)
Moto Heimuli, Farrington (6-1, 229, Jr.)
Colton Goeas, Saint Louis (6-0, 246, Sr.)
Hercules Mata’afa, Lahainaluna
Una Masaniai, Kapaa
Jeremiah Taleni, Kailua (6-0, 327, Sr.)
Siaumau Mapu, Kahuku (5-10, 280, Sr.)
Devin Horswill, Kamehameha (5-10, 225, Sr.)
Mika Tafua, Kamehameha (6-3, 205, So.)
Kalei Meyer, Kamehameha (6-2, 255, Jr.)
Thor Latu, Kamehameha (5-2, 225, Sr.)
Kingston Fernandez, Kamehameha (6-3, 225, Jr.)
Canton Kaumatule, Punahou (6-7, 265, So.)
Ruairi Brady, Punahou (6-4, 240, Jr.)
Marc Ma, ‘Iolani (6-1, 201, Jr.)
Renno Sagapolu, Farrington (6-1, 227, Sr.)
Senio Samisoni, Waianae (6-0, 285, Jr.)
Lisala Kanongata’a, McKinley (5-11, 220, Sr.)

Sleepers:
Austin Failauga, Pac-Five (DE, 6-4, 200, Sr.)
Albert Crighton, Aiea (DT, 6-3, 250, Sr.)
Chayne Bohol, Konawaena
Kui Williams, McKinley (DE/TE 6-3, 215, Sr.)
Cleghorn Borge, Waianae (DE, 6-2, 185, Sr.)
Sione Moala, Kaimuki (6-0, 300, Sr.)
Shem Sukumaran, Kalaheo (DE, 6-0, 170, Sr.)
Faoato Atanoa, Kalaheo (DL/OL, 6-2, 260, So.)
Breiden Fehoko, Farrington (DE, 6-2, 230, So.)
David Fangupo, Kealakehe (6-0, 350, Sr.)
Isi Holani, Hilo (6-1, 250, Jr.)

LINEBACKERS
Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
1. Isaac Savaiinaea Punahou 6-3 231 Sr.
2. Johnny Tapusoa Kahuku 5-10 194 Sr.
3. Solomon Leano Campbell 5-11 220 Sr.
4. Wesley Nagaseu Waipahu 6-0 240 Sr.
5. Syndreck Dsio Farrington 5-11 217 Jr.
6. Fitou Fisiiahi Kaiser 6-2 240 Jr.
7. Aisea Tavae (MLB) Farrington 5-10 224 Sr.
8. Jordan Hoiem Baldwin 6-4 208 Jr.
9. Rashaan Falemalu Kahuku 6-1 192 Sr.
10. Ikea Ikehara Kamehameha 6-2 210 Sr.

On the cusp:
Mathias Tuitele-Iafeta, McKinley (5-11, 235, Jr.)
Micah Paris, Kapolei (5-10, 211, Jr.) – ADDED 9/8
Nela Otukolo, Saint Louis (5-11, 220, So.)
Teva Eldridge, Baldwin
Joshua Situmeang, ‘Iolani (6-0, 198, Sr.)
Sua Atanoa, Kalaheo (6-0, 220, Sr.)

Sleepers:
Mike Rabara, Konawaena (5-11, 175, Sr.)
Austin Faumui, Farrington (OLB, 5-11, 176, Sr.)
Brandon Johnston, Waianae (6-0, 185, Sr.)
Josaiah Hoopii, Waianae (5-9, 175, Sr.)
Anuenue Tui, Anuenue (5-7, 192, Sr.)
Kuali‘i Moefu, Kaimuki (5-9, 135, Jr.)
Jamel Tyler, Campbell (5-11, 180, Sr.)
Omar Silva, Kalaheo (LB/RB, 5-11, 200, Sr.)
Drew Wilson, Pac-Five (6-3, 212, Jr.)
Kyler O’Halloran, Kealakehe (6-1, 225, Sr.)
Justin Kawamoto, Honokaa (5-11, 230, Sr.)
Taz Preston, Waiakea (5-10, 170, Sr.)
T’shaquille Pe’a, Hilo (5-11, 200, Sr.)
Suwaiter Poch, Waiakea (5-11, 200, Jr.)
Matthew Winters, Keaau (5-9, 170, Sr.)


DEFENSIVE BACKS

Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
1. Kawehena Johnson (S) Kahuku 5-8 163 Sr.
2. Shaun Kagawa (CB) KS-Hawaii 5-11 171 Sr.
3. Pali Galdeira (S) Saint Louis 5-11 194 Jr.
4. Manly Williams (S) KS-Hawaii 6-2 194 Jr.
5. Nick Kwon Pac-Five 5-9 170 Sr.
6. Max Look ‘Iolani 5-6 152 Jr.
7. Kaeo Kanoa Kapolei 6-0 190 Sr.
8. Devailo Motuga-Galeai (S) Kahuku 5-10 181 Sr.
9. Jayven Mohetau Kahuku 5-11 174 Sr.
10. Setefano Lavatai (CB) Farrington 5-8 187 Sr.

On the cusp:
J.T. Los Banos, ‘Iolani (6-0, 163, Jr.)
Jacob Lacaden, Saint Louis (6-0, 190, Jr.)
Dade Apao, Kamehameha (6-1, 180, Sr.)
Andrew Okimura, ‘Iolani (5-9, 162, Sr.)
Tre Boyd, Farrington (5-8, 143, Jr.)
Kiko Kohler-Fonohema, Lahainaluna
Chaz Shizumura, Punahou (6-0, 175, Sr.)
Shai Pulawa, Leilehua (5-11, 170, Sr.)
Branson Funakoshi, Leilehua (5-10, 185, Sr.)
A.J. Aleaga, Aiea (5-8, 170, Sr.)
Jordan Hussey, Waianae (5-8, 140, Sr.)
Brandon Rojo, Waianae (5-11, 150, Sr.)
Koali Opunui, Waianae (5-11, 170, Jr.)
Yuuya Kato, ‘Iolani (5-9, 185, Sr.)
Tytus Lucas, Lahainaluna

Sleepers:

Chase Takaki, Konawaena
Zac Bastatas, Kaimuki (CB, 5-10, 150, Sr.)
Chansen Exzabe, Kaimuki (5-10, 155, Sr.)
Jonah Lapitan, Kaimuki, Jr. (5-9, 160, Jr.)
Kama Vincent, Kamehameha-Hawaii (6-0, 170, Sr.)
Drew Kell, Hilo (6-1, 175, Jr.)

Paul Honda, Star-Advertiser

COMMENTS

  1. Crestviews Finest September 8, 2012 6:31 pm

    Why no PC quarterback? Kid had 7 TD’s last game!!! That alone should put him somewhere on your 20 Deep list


  2. EastsideFans September 10, 2012 8:26 am

    You have QB’s listed in this weeks Top Players, that didn’t even play.. Didn’t list the QB from Kalani who threw for 315 yds.. and you have guys who were out injured and didn’t make a single throw… hmmmmm


  3. pupulepaul September 10, 2012 11:28 pm

    OK, to clarify, this is not just ONE WEEK performance. I’m gauging the season-long performance of players, and this is updated WEEKLY. (If you really look at the statistical totals, you’d probably notice this.)

    If you have suggestions, I’m all ears. The lists are updated weekly so that we can have more awareness from more people, especially of players who don’t get seen by a lot of fans/media. So please feel free to suggest more players. 


  4. pupulepaul September 10, 2012 11:31 pm

    “Somewhere” … where would that be? In the Top 10? Cusp? Sleepers? If I add up his numbers and compare them to everybody else on those lists, do you really think he will compare favorably? Or are you guessing? 

    Bring me a valid case with some evidence and I’ll take a second look. Because up to now, his numbers haven’t been steady. Yet. I think he’ll have a better second half of the season than the first was. 

    You can compare here: http://www.hawaiiprepworld.com/football/adding-machine-101-week-4-qbs/


  5. Joycelyn Sampaio Wan September 11, 2012 3:02 pm

    how do you come up with your top 10 for oline? what is it based on? just wondering? cause it doesn’t seem to change much.


  6. Joycelyn Sampaio Wan September 11, 2012 3:03 pm

    9. Joey Anglemire Saint Louis6-2280Jr. –  should be Mililani and he is a Senior


  7. EastsideFans September 16, 2012 7:50 am

    I think that Kalani is making great strides and because they have faired poorly historically, they don’t get the same attention as given to other OIA teams.. You should keep an eye on them.. For the first time in history they team is 3-1.. The east side fans and alumni are ready to support and push Kalani to be a contender! Defense we Derek Costa and Shiloh Leboy.. RB Gavin Kim and Ikona Mamiya and freshman Blaise Manabe.. Lead by junior QB Noah Brum.. There’s a few names for you to keep an eye on!


  8. pupulepaul September 26, 2012 2:46 pm

    LaBoy had a stellar game against Radford. He was in on a lot of stops. But I didn’t seen Kim at all. Mamiya wasn’t a big factor. Brum had some good plays and some bad ones, mostly because of his youth. Once he learns to pick up blitzes, he’ll get much better. Radford had a good defensive game plan and had Brum running all night. 


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