For his part, Meatoga -- then a senior-to-be at Kamehameha -- didn't need much convincing to join a UH program he had longed to play for while growing up on Kauai. Now he's participating in his first fall camp with the Warriors.
"He's got a great first step, he's got great quickness off the line of scrimmage, which is what you need in a tackle," Reinebold said of the freshman.
Though he's one of the new guys, Meatoga worked his way in with the Warrior linemen by showing up for voluntary workouts this summer and displayed some of his potential over a solid first week of camp.
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