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Where did that running back from Farrington high school sign with?
Props to Justin Uahinui. At least there is at least one recruit from Hawaii who has his heart in the right place.
congrats to all these young athletes and good luck. the end, NOW lets start focusing all our attention and publicity on those that are staying home to rep Hawaii.
Don’t waste space, let their new home start reporting and giving them the publicity. If you want to read about them, go their their chosen college and read about them.
Yes agree with last poster. Too bad we can’t compete with national TV exposure so pump up the ones who stayed and represented Hawaii. When the ones that go away and don’t make the pros they will find that the ones who stayed at home will get better careers for the rest of their life.
True. Sometimes it’s better to start for a team like Hawaii and show you can make a difference if you’re not good enough to start on a powerhouse team and ride the bench for the 4 years. Better to be a stud on an average team than an average player on a stud team. But I guess that’s why you also need to focus on getting your degree!
YES totally agree! you got it right! look at last years top recruits and check how much field time. that OL from kapolei that went to Vandy, didn’t smell any time on the field. Hope that changes for him next year.
Unless they make it big time, their name fades while those that stayed and even if they didn’t play that much, their name will also be remembered.
good luck to the ones that are leaving, wish all the best in you future endeavors.
To the 23 new Ohana members, Welcome to the ohana!. thank you for taking the leap to help build the program. You will forever be remembered as part of the building of Pride Rock!! GO BOWS
Maybe he’s going to be a doctor.
Congratulations to all the signees. Now let’s hope this is the last news report we hear about them unless they decide to come back and play for and represent Hawaii! Go Bows!