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Warriors get 10 signed commitments

The University of Hawaii football team received 10 signed commitments today.

This was the first day of the spring-semester signing period for football prospects.

The Rainbow Warriors signed 17 players during the December signing period. Today, they addressed needs on the offensive line, signing five blockers. In all, they signed seven offensive linemen during the two periods of the 2018 recruiting class.

Aaron Faumui, an All-State defensive lineman from Kapolei High, said he withdrew the oral commitment he made to UH last week and instead signed with Virginia. But the Warriors still signed five Hawaii high school seniors in the two periods, including All-State quarterback Chevan Cordeiro of Saint Louis School. All-State receivers Jonah Panoke of Saint Louis and Scott McLeod of Saint Francis School signed scholarship agreements today with the intent of enrolling full time at UH in January 2019.

Here are today’s UH signings:

>> Alex Dalpe, OL, 6-4, 290, Long Beach City College

>> Scott McLeod, WR, 6-3, 225, Saint Francis School

>> Ernest Moore, OL, 6-8, 305, City College of San Franciso

>> Jonah Panoke, WR, 6-0, 183, Saint Louis School

>> Gene Pryor, OL, 6-3, 312, College of the Sequoias

>> Justus Tavai, DL, 6-3, 290, El Camino College

>> Manase Time, S, 6-0, 205, Golden West College

>> Solo Vaipule, OL, 6-2 1/2, 300, Centennial High

>> Thomas Wade, OL, 6-7, 250, San Clemente High

>> Michael Washington, athlete, 6-0, 160, Monrovia High

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