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Tuesday, June 09, 2009

QBs, Aaron Brown, Malcolm Lane, Etc.

Jason Kaneshiro writes about the freshmen QBs participating in offseason workouts.
As they acclimate to college, Shutter, Nielsen and David Graves, another freshman quarterback and Shutter's roommate, are familiarizing themselves with the run-and-shoot in film sessions and 7-on-7 drills four afternoons a week. Coaches aren't allowed to attend the unsupervised workouts, so guidance comes from returning quarterbacks Greg Alexander, Brent Rausch and Shane Austin.

"They've all been really helpful to us," Shutter said.
Kaneshiro talks to incoming juco safety Aaron Brown, who should be arriving for second summer session.
Brown, a heralded safety, said he finished his requirements at Saddleback (Calif.) College and will report to UH on July 5. In the meantime, he's been training on his own to prepare for fall camp.

"Even though I'm not there, I'm still trying to get into top physical condition," said Brown, who is being looked upon to help replenish a UH secondary hit hard by graduation after last season.
Kaneshiro also previews the UH Kids Camp, which is being held this weekend, along with the Skills Camp and Big Man's Camp being held later this month.

Malcolm Lane will be today's guest on The Warrior Beat Show today at 12:30pm HST. You can post questions on Tsai's blog before the show.

From a previous post, Tsai writes that long snapper Luke Ingram has been accepted to UH and will attend fall camp. And linebacker Jake Heun's back is doing better.
And then there was 250-pound Jake Heun, who missed the 2008 season because of a herniated disc, doing back-to-back, Ozzie Smith-like back flips.
"I guess my back is fine now," Heun announced.


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