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2 Hawaii football players listed among top 100 prospects

By Ferd Lewis


Punahou School's Isaac Savaiinaea and St. Louis' Reeve Koehler are listed among the Max Preps/CBS Sports Top 100 college football prospects for 2013.

Savaiinaea, a 6-foot, 3-inch, 230-pound inside linebacker, is rated No. 65. Koehler, a 6-foot, 3-inch, 290-pound offensive guard, is listed No. 94.

The website www.maxpreps.com said Savaiinaea has committed to Stanford while Koehler is listed as "uncommitted."

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on April 12,2012 | 10:44AM
nippy68 wrote:
what happened to his brother. i know he signed with arizona but havent heard from him after that. is he still playing football?
on April 12,2012 | 07:04PM
entrkn wrote:
Every year around this time I watch some of our best high school athletes talk about how much they love Hawaii and then make the choice to turn their backs on Hawaii the first chance they get...
on April 12,2012 | 05:57PM
JohhnyB wrote:
Chow' s challenge is to buck that trend.
on April 12,2012 | 06:16PM
casper400 wrote:
I think everybody forgets that even good football players want the best education they can get. Until UH realizes that is also important to the Athlete......they will never get the best student athletes possible. That is why a lot of local kids go away- they feel they can get a better eduction elsewhere and that is what recruiters are pitiching. Na Koa could finally start doing their job and get the Athletic study center completed and make it the best "school within a school" possible. Their is leadership lacking in many areas.. I hope Dr.Chow can make the administration aware of this fact - student athletes do look at the eduction options when picking a team to play for. ......nobody talks about this at UH
on April 12,2012 | 07:11PM
Dragonman wrote:
What you posted is true, but a lot of players also go to mainland schools to experience the mainland lifestyle. Yes its great to be young and have the opportunity to attend college on the mainland for free. I think most of our local players find it extremely hard to resist the call of the wild. I can't blame them, I wish they would all stay home and play for UH but if I was in their shoes with a chance for a free ride to a major mainland school I know it would be a tough choice for me. Its all about adventure and being on your own away from the influence of your parents.
on April 12,2012 | 09:17PM
zhawaii wrote:
Many go to the mainland schools because they get more "scholarship" money. Not many of us realize that schools can give money to their players through a "scholarship". Some schools give more than others. You'd be surprised how much too. There are schools that give upwards of $4,000 a month to players for "living expenses". And, this is all within NCAA rules.
on April 13,2012 | 08:53AM
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