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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Recruiting News and Notes

Stephen Tsai has an article with a bunch of recruiting news, including:
The Warriors received a boost when Moses Samia, a defensive end from Saint Louis School, accepted a scholarship offer.

"I wanted to play in front of my family," Samia said. "Some players miss that opportunity. To me, family means everything. Now I get to play for a great program and I get to play in front of my family. I'm excited about the opportunity."
The Warriors also are expected to sign a kicker this morning.

According to people familiar with the situation, a scholarship offer was made last night.

The kicker and his family met last night to discuss the offer. The kicker wants to delay an announcement until this morning, although he has indicated he will sign with the Warriors.
The Warriors reportedly are ahead in the recruiting skirmish for Farrington High linebacker V.J. Fehoko, a member of The Advertiser's All-State first team.
UH head coach Greg McMackin said that appeal was denied, and that (Jovonte) Taylor will not be eligible to play in 2010.
Two players who made verbal commitments to UH — defensive tackle Viliami Fonokalafi of Kaimukī High and defensive end Charles Tuaau of Leilehua High — have decided to attend junior colleges. They are expected to go to Arizona Western.
Jason Kaneshiro has some news as well.


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