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Ray Hisatake, Aaron Kia and Francis Maka are members of the San Jose SaberCats, who return after a two-season hiatus.
The UH football team's clinic/social for coaches will be Friday, March 11, starting at 6:30 p.m. It will follow UH's second practice of spring training. (The clinic/social previously was scheduled for March 12.)
All of the Warrior football coaches will be available for group sessions to discuss strategies and techniques.
The fee is $20, and includes refreshments. For details, call (808) 956-6508.
Moniz, who will be a senior, is the only player from teams that will be in the Western Athletic Conference in 2011 to make the list and one of 14 quarterbacks.
“Hawaii’s been my favorite school and they also have one of the top 25 business schools in the country,” Leaf said.
Leaf is planning on getting a double major in business, specifically in sports management or marketing and also major in graphic design.
“They have great coaches, great facilities and great food. The best part is I’m going with my best friend,” Leaf said.
“They are the number one passing team in the country,” Davis said.Dion Rabouin of Culver City Patch profiles incoming defensive back Ijumaa Armstrong.
Davis said he will study business and really liked the guys on the football team and the coaches at Hawaii.
“Colorado State really wanted me to go, but I gave an honest commitment to Hawaii,” Davis said.
At Hawaii, he plans to play cornerback and work into the team’s defensive rotation as a nickelback. He said he made the decision to go to Hawaii because of the coaching staff and the school’s relaxed atmosphere.Donovan Aird of the San Luis Obispo Tribune profiles incoming linebacker Tyler Gray.
“It started with the coaches, and how honest they were,” Armstrong said. “They were telling me the truth about coming and playing in the program. Their environment is real relaxing and peaceful, not all corporal like most places are.”
At first, Gray and his parents were a bit hesitant about leaving the mainland, but after his trip, any such qualms about the long distance away from home faded in light of everything the Warriors’ program had to offer.
“I had the best time on my trip,” Gray said. “I got along with people really well. I felt like I was part of the team by the time I left.”
The 6-foot-3, 215-pound Gray will likely be placed at the Warriors’ joker position, Harper said, “where he’ll be rushing from either side depending on what the play call was in the huddle.”Before signing day, Paul Valencia of The Columbian profiled receiver Ellis Henderson.
“I’ve been to Hawaii three times. I just love it down there,” Henderson said. “And when I actually got down there for football, the way they treated me was amazing. A light would go on, or a spark, that would say this is where I was meant to be. I’m laid back, and the culture is pretty laid back. The coaches would ask me how my life was, not just football. I liked that.”Mason Kelly of The Seattle Times profiled Kendrick Van Ackeren.
The 6-foot-2 senior said Hawaii has been recruiting him from the beginning. When he first announced his commitment recently he said the news was well received on the blogs and message boards that cover the Warriors.
"I definitely appreciate what they (Hawaii) offered me," Van Ackeren said. "But, more than that, it's the feel I got from them. I feel the love from down there. Even though I'm not there yet, through the blogs and things like that, I can see that they really want me."
University of Hawai‘i Athletics Director Jim Donovan announced a two-year football contract with the Naval Academy during the 2013 and 2015 seasons.P.S. I'm not seeing the previously-announced 2013 and 2014 Oregon State games on HawaiiAthletics.com's future schedules page, so the 2013 Navy game could be a replacement. I'm also not seeing any future UNLV games past next year, which makes sense since those will now be conference games.
The teams will play Nov. 9, 2013 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium inAnnapolis, Md., and Nov. 28, 2015 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.
“I’ve very pleased to be able to continue our football playing relationship with the Naval Academy,” Donovan said. “Obviously with the rich Naval presence in the islands and Pearl Harbor serving as a backdrop to Aloha Stadium, we have a special association with this academy. It will be a great experience for our student-athletes to play in Annapolis much like it was at West Point last year.”
Defensive end Craig Cofer of Grossmont College signed his papers, then faxed them before heading to classes.Jaymes Song of the AP has a signing day wrap-up.
In an elaborate ceremony in Waikiki, All-State linebacker Justin Vele of Farrington High was the Warriors' lone recruit.
In Vancouver, Wash., a school assembly was held as receiver Ellis Henderson of Skyview High signed his UH letter.
Slotback Chinedu Amadi, who goes by his middle name, Promise, said it was a lifelong dream to earn a football scholarship.
"I'm excited about going to Hawaii," he said.
The class includes 13 from California, five from Hawaii, two from Washington, one from Ohio and others from as far away as Australia, New Zealand and American Samoa. McMackin said three-quarters of the group could find playing time this season.I've also updated my unofficial roster to reflect the new signees. Still unsure about some previous greyshirts, walk-ons, etc. but it'll sort itself out with spring on the way.
"Of the players we visited and offered, we got 80 percent of them," McMackin said. "If you're at 30 percent, 40 percent, you're pretty good. But we're at 80 percent."
In a frenetic finish to the dotted line, the Hawaii football team secured oral commitments from a former four-star cornerback who played at Tennessee as a freshman and two all-state players from Kahuku High.Congrats to the future Warriors!
Mike Edwards, a cornerback from Ohio, and Red Raiders safety Tigi Hill and linebacker Ben Mamea promised they will put their commitments in writing today, the first day recruits may sign binding national letters of intent.
"I'm going to be a Warrior," Edwards said. "I'm going to sign with Hawaii. No doubt about it."
Craig Cofer, who played under former UH defensive tackle Lui Fuga at San Diego's Grossmont College, said he will sign a letter of intent with the Warriors tomorrow, the first day football recruits may put their commitments in writing.
Cofer's pledge comes a few days after Penitito Faalologo, a senior at Fagaitua High, accepted a football scholarship from the Warriors.
Cofer completed his 48-hour UH recruiting trip on Sunday.
"I love the weather, and the beach, and the family aspect," Cofer said.
Faalologo will sign with UH tomorrow morning, then play in the U.S. vs. The World all-star game in Austin, Texas, that night, according to his coach, Pooch Taase.Congrats to Penitito and Craig!
Taase said Faalologo is 6 feet 1, 220 pounds, and can run 40 yards in under 4.7 seconds.