The following Samoans and Tongans were selected by CalHISports
LB Steven Fanua (Milpitas) 6-1, 210, Sr.
Another no-brainer for this team, Fanua was all-state sophomore two years ago and all-state underclass last season. Tackle stats are really tough to justify, but Fanua was credited with a whopping 220 as a junior. He also had 11 sacks, including five in one game. Schools such as BYU and Arizona have already offered him. More schools are getting on his list as well as the summer has continued.
OL Bruce Leaupepe (Oak Grove, San Jose) 6-4, 260, Sr.
Bruce was on the loose on both sides of the line for the CCS champion Eagles last season. He led the way for a highly-potent running game that rushed for over 3,600 yards and scored 52 touchdowns. On defense, his role was reversed as he stopped the opposition with 57 tackles and three sacks. He looks like a legitimate D1 recruit.
OL Mailiu Penitani (St. Francis, Mountain View) 6-4, 260, Sr.
We noticed him as a sophomore starter for the Lancers two years ago. He dominated along the offensive line last season, helping the St. Francis offense rush for over 1,000 yards and throw for over 1,500 yards.
LB Anthony Pohahau (Wilcox, Santa Clara) 5-10, 220, Sr.
An all-league performer for the Chargers a year ago, Pohahou averaged 10 tackles per game. At the Oakland Nike Combine, he also was one of the top SPARQ tested linebackers with a SPARQ Rating of 70.38.