VIDEO: Saint Louis DT Tuitele not satisfied after win

Faatui Tuitele enjoys a solid team victory, but even after Saint Louis’ 69-6 win over Waianae on Friday at Aloha Stadium, he saw room for improvement.


  1. C-Pop August 12, 2018 5:56 pm

    Fa’atui Tuitele glad you not satisfied with your performance, as a former College Football coach I look forward to watching all of the top players in the state and especially the heavily recruited ones like Tuitele. Commend him for his academic success. Football wise my opinion Fa’atui not dominating like I expect to see in a 5 Star national recruit.
    Work to do for DL coach:
    Get Off
    Pad level
    Shed to ball
    Dominate the LIne of scrimmage
    Relentless in pursuit
    5 Star expectations – when I look for and project a college 5* DL I visualize Alabama type athlete.
    Best of luck to Fa’atui the rest of the season – I’ll be watching on Spectrum now that ILH Open division games on TV 🏈

  2. Kamehameha #! August 13, 2018 5:19 am

    I agree! He doesn’t play like a 5 star recruit or the best Defensive line in the Country like they say he is!

  3. ??? August 13, 2018 10:33 am

    He really could have helped McKinley!!!
    Damn you Cal Lee😂

  4. The CHURCH is TRUE! August 13, 2018 9:26 pm


    Former college football coach??? You sure not former Big Boy/Pop Warner coach. Lol. If you say you a former coach you would know what St. Louis D were running. 3-4 Defense is made for the LBs. LBs ball out then you know the DLine did their job. 3-4 is assignment Defense. Do your job. DLine never gets no love. Tuitele had 7 sacks last year. That’s like having 12-14 sacks in a 4-3 D. Maybe you never played a down in your life so you wouldn’t know. Let the kids play and us adults enjoy. Lol. Good luck to all our STUDENT athletes OIA/ILH.


  5. Kamehameha #! August 15, 2018 6:23 am

    Mr. Church is True, We watch certain players because of the hype and media. We are not talking to the kid himself, we’te talking to the Media and all the hype. Same goes to #5 for Punahou and the Kapolei offensive line. Punahou lb could not catch a 250 rb against Kahuku and Alabama was interested in him. Sad to say he is not Alabama material! Kapolei kid, was getting thrown around by a much smaller kid from Kamehameha. Not a big time recruit like Hernandez said! The best offensive linemen Hawaii has in # 77 for Kamehameha. That kid dominate defensive linemen. Vimahi from Kahuku not too bad but # 77 is by far the best we have in Hawaii.

  6. ??? August 15, 2018 8:18 am

    Kids should be humble!!
    When you go to an opponents sideline yelling “this is my house” #5 or keep lifting your jersey to show off your stomach tattoo #91 that’s when you draw negative attention to yourself. Manti Te’o and Marcus Mariota are prime examples of Humble players but still kicked ur azz on the field. Good luck to you all.

  7. The CHURCH is TRUE! August 15, 2018 1:15 pm


    Showing your stomach tattoo draws negative attention??? Lol. GTFOH!! There’s at least 10 kids each on the OIA teams that has tattoos. TATTOOS don’t bring negative attention it’s grown men like you that stare at young mens tattoos that is SUPER CREEPY!

  8. The CHURCH is TRUE! August 15, 2018 1:41 pm


    Idk about #5 or the tackle from Kapolei. All I know is these recruiters from these big football programs see something you and maybe me don’t see. But that’s why we don’t get paid the big dollars like them. To say that a kid is NOT Alabama material just blows my mind. Saban has multiple Nattys and for him be interested in a kid from the island is GREAT not only for the kid but also for our island. So by you saying he not Bama material is crazy. Keep watchin the hype on these kids because at the end if the day that’s what you/me be doing while these kids go out and get a SOLID education by these top colleges. Good luck to all STUDENT athletes OIA/ILH

  9. ??? August 15, 2018 6:20 pm

    The church is true and GTFOH in the same sentence proves you don’t go to church or you’re at the WRONG church!
    Yes a lot of kids have tattoos showing but they don’t lift up their jersey to show it like a thug after a good play or to try to intimidate an O-linemen. A 5 Star athlete doesn’t have to stoop that low, (See Manti & Mariota) you might learn the right way to play!
    You’re the creepy one for even thinking of an adult staring at a kids stomach!

  10. LOL@theseguys! August 16, 2018 12:03 am


    ive watched the game on tv and not once i seen the kid lift up his shirt after he made a play. so i dont know what ur talking about? and thug really??? but i seen that his jersey was up for the coin toss and maybe for pregame warm ups and i bet the refs told him to pull it down or tuck it in because during the game his jersey was down. this kid been playing the right way since his soph year so again i dont know what ur talking about? what do u mean when u said he might learn the right way??? if he wasnt doing it right then he wouldnt be the top recruit on the island.

  11. The CHURCH is TRUE! August 16, 2018 5:15 pm


    LOOOOLLLLLL!!! THUG??? I guess he’s a thug with 4.0gpa Hahahaha.

    By the way are you registered? No I don’t mean to vote. I hope you let your neighbors know what you are. I wouldn’t want my kids around SICKOS like you. Stay away from children especially little boys.

    Good luck to all the STUDENT athletes OIA/ILH!


  12. Kamehameha #! August 21, 2018 3:53 am

    I may have awoken the sleeping giant. Faatui dominated the LOS like no other. so as the others who also look like they are all American too. Faatui was doubled team with two 300 lbs guys and he basically ran over both of them and the qb. He played like the 5 defensive tackle that Alabama wants. The scary thing is that there are at least five other guys on that front 7 who are 5 of 4 star recruit tool . Best front 7 ever in HS football.
    Can you go ahead and announce your commitment to Alabama already? Thats where you belong! Anywhere else would not be right!

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