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Friday, December 18, 2009

Sapolu Signs Letter of Intent / Nixon Signs with UTEP

Jason Kaneshiro writes that offensive lineman London Sapolu is now officially a Warrior.
The first piece of Hawaii's 2010 recruiting class is officially in place.

The Warriors received a letter of intent from London Sapolu, the son of former UH standout Jesse Sapolu, as the mid-year transfer signing period began on Wednesday.

Sapolu, a 6-foot, 295-pound offensive lineman from Orange Coast (Calif.) College, will enroll at UH for the spring semester. He gave a verbal commitment to the Warriors last summer and finalized the process by submitting his letter.
Kaneshiro also has notes about John Estes, Greg Salas and players who are graduating tomorrow.

UPDATE: Looks like UH lost a recruiting battle with UTEP for Travaun Nixon.
UTEP’s 2010 football recruiting class got a jump-start on Wednesday when junior college cornerback Travaun Nixon signed a national letter of intent to play for the Miners


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