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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Recruiting, Scholarships

Stephen Tsai has great news about Bryant Moniz and Luke Ingram receiving scholarships.
Quarterback Bryant Moniz, a 2007 Leilehua graduate, and long-snapper Luke Ingram, a 2008 Mililani graduate, have been told they will be placed on scholarship in January.
And Tsai has some potentially not-so-great news on the recruiting front.
The Warriors had received verbal commitments from three JC players, but only one — lineman London Sapolu of Orange Coast Community College — is expected to sign today.

Defensive end Siaki Cravens of Long Beach City College will sign in February, the first day of the spring signing period. Cravens will join the Warriors in June.

Cornerback Travaun Nixon of Ventura Community College committed to UH three weeks ago. Since then, he received an offer from Pac-10 schools, including USC.
Hopefully he keeps his commitment, but that's tough competition.

And Bobby Curran has a column highlighting UH's recruiting battles.
The only thing that is inexcusable is for UH not to make an all-out effort to sell what the program it does have, which is a chance to play in front of friends and family, and to open doors in the future within the state.

Still, UH is never going to get everybody; some want to experience the Mainland and are committed to leaving. UH does do a good job keeping the door open to those who go away and become unhappy.

Offensive line and line-backers are needs the Warriors will try to address.


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