Kapolei’s Aaron Faumui waited until the last minute before deciding to sign with Virginia instead of Hawaii this morning on National Letter of Intent Signing Day.
Faumui, a 6-foot-3-inch, 285-pound defensive tackle recruit with offers from UH, Florida, Oregon and Wisconsin among other schools, had orally committed to UH last week.
A late push by Virginia, however, swayed his decision.
Punahou’s Alama Uluave, who was offered scholarships by more than 10 Division I schools, decided to sign with San Diego State.
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