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Kamehameha lineman commits to Nevada

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    Kamehameha defender Devin Horswill knocks the ball loose from Punahou's quarterback Luke Morris to be picked up by Kaleipuakea Meyer (far left) in the first quarter of the Punahou vs Kamehameha football game.
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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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