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Friday, February 03, 2012

AIGA Foundation 2013 Polynesian All American Watch List

Alaska
QB Amu Aukusitino Service (Anchorage)
DB Jaramie Augafa South (Anchorage)
QB Philip Fenumiai Juneau-Douglas
DB Matthew Ilailo Service (Anchorage)
DT Eric Pili Service (Anchorage)
DL Falema'o Tosi East (Anchorage)

Arizona
OL Devin Finai Hamilton (Chandler)
DL Fa'asauga Tinoisamoa Dysart (El Mirage)
OL Aaron Tukuafu Mesquite (Gilbert)

California
OL Luke Aiono South Hills (Covina)
DL Celester Asuega Silverado (Victorville)
LB Su'a Cravens Vista Murrieta
LB Justice Faaiu Cabrillo (Long Beach)
DL Mane Fale Mission (San Francisco)
DL Ritisoni Fata Redlands Valley East
OL Anthony Fotu San Leandro
LB Rocky Fuga Helix (San Diego)
DL Andrew Fuimaono Armijo (Fairfield)
OL Leo Fuimaono Torrance
OL Jakeem Hingano Burbank (Sacramento)
TE Elijah Iakopo Deer Valley (Antioch)
LB Shaune Katoa Monterey
LB AJ Latu Rancho Cucamonga
LB Viliami Latu Rancho Cucamonga
DL Justin Lepisi West Hills (Santee)
DL Paulo Lepua Narbonne (Harbor City)
LB Tui Lopa Grant (Sacramento)
OL Kiola Mahoni Woodside
DL Mote Maile Pittsburg
OL David Maka Tustin
LB Fia Malepeai Junipero Serra (San Mateo)
LB Aulalo Manu Burton (San Francisco)
DL William Milo Helix (San Diego)
WR William Moa Castlemont (Oakland)
OL Poasi Moala Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley)
LB Joey Naotala Army-Navy (San Diego)
WR Francis Owusu Oaks Christian (Westlake Village)
OL Benji Palu Burlingame
QB Tofi Paopao Oceanside
LB Young Potasi Lincoln (San Francisco)
LB Toshaun Poumele Cathedral (San Diego)
QB Joseph Sagiao Marshall (San Francisco)
DL AJ Samataua Del Campo (Sacramento)
DB Taliuaki Suliafu Moreno Valley
RB Nate Tago Tesoro (Rancho Santa Margarita)
OL Leroy Tanoai Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks)
DB Jacob Te'o Vacaville
OL Pu'e Togia Carson
DL Tua Tuavai Highland (Palmdale)
OL Jonathan Tuiolosega Seaside
LB Peter Tuipulotu Junipero Serra (San Mateo)
DL Vita Vea Milpitas
OL Aaron Ve'e Encincal (Alameda)
RB Tiapepe Vitale De La Salle (Concord)


Colorado
DL Tuli Laulu Sand Creek (Colorado Springs)

Hawaii
OL Michael Boyd Farrington (Honolulu)
OL Mitchell Boyd Farrington (Honolulu)
OL Kamalei Correa St Louis (Honolulu)
QB Keelan Ewaliko Baldwin (Wailuku)
OL Tuafale Fa'atoafe 'Aiea
DL Titus Failauga Pac 5 (Honolulu)
DB Kawehena Johnson Kahuku
OL Reeve Koehler St Louis (Honolulu)
DL Scott Pagano Moanalua (Honolulu)
DL Ualesi Sale 'Aiea
OL Charles Sataraka Farrington (Honolulu)
LB Isaac Savai'inaea Punahou (Honolulu)
WR Jeremy Tabuyo St Louis (Honolulu)
RB Tyler Taumua Farrington (Honolulu)
LB Johnny Tapusoa Kahuku
DL Tovia Tufaga Kahuku
DL Kennedy Tulimaseali'i Wai'anae
OL John Wa'a Kahuku
RB Aofaga Wily Kahuku

Idaho
LB Koa Kane Hillcrest (Idaho Falls)

Nevada
OL Dallas Foe-Seui Valley (Las Vegas)
OL Lott Haia-Kahalewai Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)
RB Niko Kapeli Liberty (Henderson)
LB Trajan Pili Centennial (Las Vegas)
QB Anu Solomon Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)
DT Allen Vaiao Desert Pines (Las Vegas)

Oregon 
DL TJ Hufanga Santiam Christian (Salem)
LB Derek Turituri Crater


Texas
DE Vili Levini LD Bell (Hurst)
OL Daniel Mafileo Mesquite
DL Samiuela Tevi Trinity (Euless)
DL Gaius Vaenuku Trinity (Euless)

Utah
RB Francis Bernard Herriman
WR John Fakahafua East (Salt Lake City)
WR Isaiah Fiso Mountain View (Orem)
DL Levi Fiso Highland (Salt Lake City)
RB Gabe Hosea Cottonwood (Salt Lake City)
DB Faimafili Laulu Pututau Mountain Crest (Hyrum)
OL Sione Lea'aetoa East (Salt Lake City)
WR Inoke Lotulelei Cottonwood (Salt Lake City)
OL JJ Mahe Brighton (Cottonwood Heights)
DB Uaea Masina Brighton (Cottonwood Heights)
TE Filipo Mokofisi Woods Cross
LB Patrick Paliau East (Salt Lake City)
RB Atunasia Palu Mountain View (Orem)
LB Albert Tai Riverton

Washington
OL Nicholas Aumua Mountain View (Auburn)
OL Albert Havili Federal Way
RB Darrin Laufasa Juanita (Kirkland)
QB Sefo Liufau Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma)
DL Titus Makasini Inglemoor (Kenmore)
OL Diamond Pedro Washington (Tacoma)
OL Desmoun Thompson Kennedy Catholic (Burien)
LB Mikey Tupou Inglemoor (Kenmore)
RB Kai Van Sickle Capital (Olympia)

Sunday, January 29, 2012

SPARQ stars emerge in Honolulu

HONOLULU -- The 2012 Nike Football SPARQ Combine tour kicked off Saturday at St. Louis School in Honolulu as over 450 participants were tested while competing for potential berths to The Opening under sunny skies. The headline performers coming in did not disappoint, led by Punahou (Honolulu) linebacker Isaac Savaiinaea.
The 6-foot-3, 231-pound Savaiinaea, who was an all-state selection this past season as a junior, posted the combine's top SPARQ Rating at 110.82. The skilled linebacker returned two kickoffs for scores as a junior and flashed his athleticism on Saturday as he clocked a 4.66 in the 40-yard dash, a 4.14 shuttle, threw the power ball 38 feet and jumped 31 inches in the vertical.
"I think I could have done a little better in the vertical jump," said Savaiinaea afterwards, "but overall I'm pretty happy with my results."
The ESPNU 150 Watchlist prospect reports offers from Stanford, Hawaii, Arizona and Colorado.
"I'm open to everybody right now," said Savaiinaea, "but Stanford stands out because they've already offered, but USC and Oregon are two other schools I'd definitely like to hear more from."
Right behind Savaiinaea in terms of an eye-opening outing was Waianae (Hawaii) defensive tackle Kennedy Tulimaseali'i, a 6-foot-1, 300-pounder who stunned onlookers by clocking a 4.99 40-yard dash on his way to a 98.25 SPARQ Rating.
An all-state selection in each of the past two seasons, Tulimaseali'i also threw the power ball 43 feet, good for second-best at the event. He stood out in the linemen 1-on-1 drills with his quick burst off the line, and physically looks like a fullback or linebacker, not a 300-pound defensive tackle.
"Right now I don't have any offers yet," said Tulimaseali'i, "but I'm hearing from Hawaii, Colorado, Alabama, Florida State, UCLA and some others."
"I'm going to try and get to the mainland in the summer for some college camps," said Tulimaseali'i, "I'm totally open to any school regardless of location."
St. Louis (Honolulu) standout Reeve Koehler was the top player on the offensive side of the ball in drills and also tested well, finishing with an 89.43 SPARQ Rating. Koehler says he is hearing from all of the Pac-12 except USC and has offers from Washington, Utah, Washington State and Hawaii.
Kamehameha School's (Honolulu) Shaun Kagawa was probably the top skill player in attendance, as the wide receiver/defensive back clocked a 4.53 40 and finished with a 109.56 SPARQ Rating, good for second-best at the combine. He also impressed in 1-on-1 drills as a receiver; running crisp routes and using his speed to create consistent separation.

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