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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Top local football prospects sign with schools

By Star-Bulletin staff

The state's top college football prospects today signed commitments this morning to play for mainland schools, four of them among around 75 Hawaii high school athletes to sign letters of intent at the Sheraton Waikiki.

>> Multi-purpose athlete Jeremy Ioane of Punahou signed with Boise State, choosing the Broncos over Notre Dame.

>> Linebacker V.J. Fehoko from Farrington gave a written commitment to Utah over Hawaii and Texas Tech.

>> Kapolei athlete Shaydon Akuna signed with Oregon State. He had multiple offers, including Florida State and Arizona.

>> Lawrence Lagafuaina, Aiea defensive tackle, signed with Washington. He had considered Hawaii over the weekend, but confirmed his oral commitment to the Huskies.

Lagafuaina is among four top local prospects to commit with UW. Athlete Taz Stevenson of Mililani and lineman Micah Hatchie of Waialua signed this morning at the Sheraton. Defensive lineman Hauoli Jamora of Kahuku also signed with Washington today.

>> Kahuku defensive end Kona Schwenke chose Notre Dame. The Red Raiders held a signing celebration at the school this morning.

>> A total of 13 local players signed with Hawaii at the Waikiki event, and UH was receiving a steady stream of letters of intent this morning.

The state's top college football prospects today signed commitments this morning to play for mainland schools, four of them among around 75 Hawaii high school athletes to sign letters of intent at the Sheraton Waikiki.

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