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Thursday, February 03, 2011

Becoming Warriors

PLAYERS WHO SIGNED WITH HAWAII

Justin Alo
» Quarterback, 6-2, 185, Carson (Calif.) High
» Offensive coordinator Nick Rolovich: "I was more impressed with Alo in person. He's athletic. He feels connection to the islands. He sees (Bryant) Moniz doing it. He'll compete when he gets here."

Penitito Faalologo
» Linebacker, 6-1, 220, Fagaitua High (American Samoa)
» Tuioti: "He's a hard-nose football player. He's going to grow and fill out. He's the best defensive player, all-around athlete down there in American Samoa. ... He's definitely strong enough to take on the physical aspect of the game."

Tigi Hill
» Safety, 6-3, 215, Kahuku High
» Miano: "Tigi Hill is probably the best athlete in Hawaii in terms of size, speed, athleticism and versatility. He's a big-time player, and a good kid."

Ben Mamea
» Linebacker, 6-1, 228, Kahuku High
» Miano: "Mamea is the best linebacker in Hawaii. People made comparisons, his sophomore year, to Manti Te'o. And obviously, Manti is one of the best linebackers in the country. But Ben has potential to be a big-time linebacker for us." 

Justin Vele
» Linebacker, 6-1, 235, Farrington High
» Tuioti: "He's athletic. I think he's similar to Penitito (Faalologo) in that he's very physical. He can play the middle for us at linebacker. He also can be an outside linebacker. He's athletic against the pass and physical against the run."

Tavita Woodard
» Defensive end, 6-4, 250, Eastern Arizona College
» Tuioti: "He's big-time, man."

 

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