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Hawaii football player listed as top college prospect

By Ferd Lewis

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LAST UPDATED: 11:17 a.m. HST, Feb 08, 2012



Reeve Koehler of Saint Louis School is the top college football prospect in the nation at offensive guard for 2013, according to Rivals.com.

Koehler, a 6-foot, 3 inch, 280 pounder, is listed at number 67 overall among the Rivals.com Top 100 players in the country for 2013 announced today.

"The thing I like most about Koehler is he dominates on every snap and really makes it known by his play that he's not going to give an inch to anybody. Koehler has great size, most of his film is at offensive guard, but he can move well enough to play tackle as well," wrote Adam Gorney, West Coast analyst for the recruiting service, on the Rivals.com website.

"Really, the best thing about him is he doesn't just like moving people out of the way. Koehler gets his hands on people and moves them where he wants," the website said. 

Hawaii, Washington and Utah are among the schools already recruiting Koehler, the website said. 







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Oahuan wrote:
Thanks Ferd for letting EVERYBODY and their grandmothers know about Reeve!!!!!! (head banging on wall)
on February 8,2012 | 10:37AM
Willieboy wrote:
let's see if Chow can keep him home....
on February 8,2012 | 10:37AM
lowtone123 wrote:
Go get 'um Coach Chow!!!
on February 8,2012 | 10:49AM
BigIsandLava wrote:
Eh Reeves, Read the Blogs. Don't only base your choice on the school that needs you, but go where the community the school represents loves you the most and that's right here at home. Plus you will have an impact on making Hawaii somewhere not just on the map in the middle of the Pacific, but right in the middle of the Map of Football's Best. Go Warriors and help Hawaii Protect Our House (and not theirs).
on February 8,2012 | 11:03AM
fishwrider wrote:
Hey Reeve, your brother went away and look what happened. Stay home and represent for the people who really care for their own. Aurite.
on February 8,2012 | 11:09AM
nippy68 wrote:
what happened to his brother. didnt he sign with arizona?
on February 8,2012 | 01:38PM
walaau808 wrote:
He did but didn't last very long at all.
on February 8,2012 | 02:35PM
fishwrider wrote:
Tossed him aside like a piece of meat.
on February 8,2012 | 03:41PM
allie wrote:
The community wants this player to get the best possible education and exposure. He deserves better than any local college. I hope he thinks about his future and selects the right mainland school.
on February 8,2012 | 11:28AM
fishwrider wrote:
Reeve deserves "better" than any local college? If you plan to live and have a career in Hawaii (real estate, general contractor, etc.), nothing more valuable than the name recognition you get for playing at the UH. Go away and prepared to be forgotten. Right off the bat I can tell you that UH is more highly regarded than Oregon St. and Wash.St. Check out the admission standards and research ranking. Think you need to take your Punahou Missionary self out of the islands and go to the "greener pastures" of the mainland. LOL, typical ______. You know what I'm saying folks. Aurite.
on February 8,2012 | 12:22PM
entrkn wrote:
If Koehler really and truly loves Hawaii, and is proud of his Hawaii roots, he will play for HAWAII.
on February 8,2012 | 11:38AM
artwork wrote:
Go Bows! I mean go after this big guy, Coach Chow. That's the kind of local boy we want home playing and dominating for Hawaii.
on February 8,2012 | 12:10PM
Loki wrote:
He going be playing for the big boys. Hawaii, Washington, and Utah is probably out of the picture once they come calling.
on February 8,2012 | 01:06PM
fishwrider wrote:
Playing for the big boys? Bruddah Sam and Robert Kekaula?
on February 8,2012 | 03:43PM
GorillaSmith wrote:
Man, you're on fire! 2 great comments - keep up the good work.
on February 8,2012 | 07:29PM
s_manuwai wrote:
He would be legendary if he stayed home and developed into a beast at the next level. People in Hawaii would talk about him in awe for years after his playing days with the Warriors were done. But if he goes away to another college, that college community will forget about him as soon as he left their campus.
on February 8,2012 | 01:18PM
walaau808 wrote:
This is the same kid that was offered as an 8th grader by Mac, right?
on February 8,2012 | 02:51PM
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