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Kamehameha lineman commits to Nevada

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:23 p.m. HST, Jul 25, 2013


Kaleipuakea Meyer, a defensive lineman for Kamehameha Schools, has verbally committed to the University of Nevada football team, according to the Scout.com recruiting website.

Meyer is the second player in the 2014 senior class from Hawaii to commit to the Wolf Pack. Saint Louis School linebacker Jacob Lacaden earlier chose Nevada.

Former University of Hawaii players Nick Rolovich and Ashley Lelie are on the Nevada coaching staff.






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dsl wrote:
buhbye!
on July 25,2013 | 10:48AM
BonDancr wrote:
Wish him well but we (UH) got Waianae's Kennedy.
on July 25,2013 | 02:02PM
oxtail01 wrote:
Yeah but it's all negated by having Chow!
on July 26,2013 | 04:14PM
hunebasami wrote:
so right
on September 17,2013 | 09:17AM
hunebasami wrote:
and 0 and 2
on September 17,2013 | 09:17AM
kolohepalu wrote:
Reno sucks.
on July 25,2013 | 04:22PM
oxtail01 wrote:
And Chow's team doesn't?
on July 26,2013 | 04:11PM
inverse wrote:
That is so SAD. Rolo and Lelie, back together again, IN Nevada AND stealing Hawaii recruits to play in Nevada!! McMackin had to go but I did not realize until these assistant coaches left from the cloud of McMackin and gone out out on their own, their true capabilities. Maybe one day, Rolo, Miano, Lelie and Aranda and others can come back together in Hawaii to lead UH into a solid, competitive team, that UH once was. Of the four I don't know which would be the best to be head coach but I think it would either be Rolo or Miano. Is such a statement insulting to Chow? Probably and Chow can squash his critics and make me and others look absolutely stooopid by having a spectacular 2nd season; but I think the coaches polls, even the SA writers who no longer can tolerate the UH kool aid, have taken a realistic assessment and realize that UH will have a long, long season.
on July 26,2013 | 01:20PM
Valleyisle57 wrote:
Its not sad...its reality! If a young man or woman has talent and they know that they will get better exposure playing on the mainland, then why not go? Just because you were born and raised here dosent mean you are committed to stay here. Those people that blast these young kids are so self centered. Put yourself in their shoes or their parents shoes.....what would you do????
on July 26,2013 | 02:08PM
hunebasami wrote:
You think we don't send players to the pros?
on September 17,2013 | 09:23AM
oxtail01 wrote:
If you consider this "stealing" than by your warped logic isn't ALL Hawaii players from the Mainland "stolen"?
on July 26,2013 | 04:13PM
hunebasami wrote:
Lucky we are a 4 year university. If Chow was at junior college they stay just 2 year before syaty rebuilding again. Chow would be gone in 2 seasons with the way they play.
on September 17,2013 | 09:21AM
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