2021 Football Recruits

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I can understand if we lock down our kids at home and relegate them to a computer screen.I don't think that is the best choice. You and I have to work for a living to feed those kids.Hawaii is under a second lockdown. I wonder how many people are jobless because of the first lockdown,and how many more are going to get jobless under this second lockdown.Government isn't going to save you if they keep going into lockdown mode. Government money comes from your taxes. When they lockdown enough to make us all unemployed ,they will run out of money to try and help you because nobody can pay them taxes.

I would hope we could be allowed to make a living for our families ,and that we or our employers could accomplish this by being allowed to go about our daily lives under the knowledge that we have to wear masks and keep social distance while there is no vaccine.

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unpaid wrote: Fri Aug 28, 2020 6:01 pm I can understand if we lock down our kids at home and relegate them to a computer screen.I don't think that is the best choice. You and I have to work for a living to feed those kids.Hawaii is under a second lockdown. I wonder how many people are jobless because of the first lockdown,and how many more are going to get jobless under this second lockdown.Government isn't going to save you if they keep going into lockdown mode. Government money comes from your taxes. When they lockdown enough to make us all unemployed ,they will run out of money to try and help you because nobody can pay them taxes.

I would hope we could be allowed to make a living for our families ,and that we or our employers could accomplish this by being allowed to go about our daily lives under the knowledge that we have to wear masks and keep social distance while there is no vaccine.
@unpaid: I hear you. But, I think the blame lies squarely with COVID-19. Oahu has had triple-digit daily new infections for nearly a month. Worse, the positivity rate is now just over 10%, which is serious. Also, our hospital ERs are being overrun by serious COVID cases. At one point late last week, at least five hospitals on Oahu had to turn-away ambulances because their ERs were full. All that, is why Caldwell ordered this second lockdown. Right now, I think the only solution is God. I mean, there isn't anything else, right? As you said, there's no vaccine yet. Therefore, God is all we have left. If He doesn't intervene, well, this terrible situation might go on indefinitely. Let's hope this second lockdown will drive-down the infections.

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The 247sports composite index is up to over 2300 players who have been evaluated by multiple scouting services.


The latest Hawaii list in October.

Four stars,

Wynden Hoohuli LB Mililani
Mason Tufaga LB St.Louis
Titus Mokiau-Atimalala WR Campbell
Tevarua Tafiti LB Punahou 2022
Jayden Maiava QB-PP Kaimuki 2022 In the ESPN Junior Top 300.

Three-stars,

Kahanu Kia LB Punahou
Zhen-Keith Sotelo DL Waianae
Kuao Peihopa OL Kamehameha Rivals has Peihopa rated as a four star talent in their August update.
Fatuvalu Iosefa DB Mililani
Cameron Friel QB-PP Kailua
Peter Manuma ATH Campbell
Austyn Kauhi OL Kamehameha
Sonny Semeatu LB Mililani
Kalan Ellis OL St.Louis Recently graded as a three star by Rivals in their August update.
Kilinahe Mendiola-Jensen WR Punahou

Kilinahe Mendiola-Jensen has achieved 3-Star rank on 247sports Composite scale.Good news.

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The 247sports composite index is up to over 2300 players who have been evaluated by multiple scouting services.Six Hawai’i players from the class of 2022 have stormed onto 247sports top 247 list of junior recruits with St.Louis leading the charge.


The latest Hawaii list in October.

Four stars,

Wynden Hoohuli LB Mililani
Mason Tufaga LB St.Louis
Titus Mokiau-Atimalala WR Campbell
Tevarua Tafiti LB Punahou 2022
Jayden Maiava QB-PP Kaimuki 2022 In the ESPN Junior Top 300.

Three-stars,

Kahanu Kia LB Punahou
Zhen-Keith Sotelo DL Waianae
Kuao Peihopa OL Kamehameha Rivals has Peihopa rated as a four star talent in their August update.
Fatuvalu Iosefa DB Mililani
Cameron Friel QB-PP Kailua
Peter Manuma ATH Campbell
Austyn Kauhi OL Kamehameha
Sonny Semeatu LB Mililani
Kalan Ellis OL St.Louis Recently graded as a three star by Rivals in their August update.
Kilinahe Mendiola-Jensen WR Punahou
Laakea Kapoi OL St.Louis 2022
AJ Bianco QB St.Louis 2022
Kaeo Akana LB Roosevelt 2022
Blaine Hipa QB Campbell 2022
Jonah Savaiinaea OL St.Louis 2022
Laakea Louis LB St.Louis 2022

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Jayden Maiava QB Kaimuki 2022 was one of the top performers at the Stack Sports Showcase and the Regional Elite 11 event in Portland, OR last Sunday according to 247sports. The article says Maiava had the strongest arm of the QB’s attending the showcase. He was able to zip passes through the windy weather conditions.

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PTP National Showcase is in Utah this weekend.247Sports is covering it. The scouts thought four Hawaii players were top performers in 1 on 1 and 7 on 7 on Thursday. Iapani Laloulu OL Farrington,Tevarua Tafiti LB Punahou,Kahanu Kia LB Punahou,and Kaeo Akana LB Roosevelt. The writer mentioned that he thought Akana was more explosive than the two Punahou Linebackers.

Day Two,Akana,Tafiti,and Kia again had standout performances.All three were getting pressure off the edge. The writer also singled out Laakea Louis LB St.Louis for playing with a mean streak and making a lot plays around the line of scrimmage. Matagi Thompson CB Punahou drew praise for pressing receivers at the line of scrimmage and disrupting pass routes downfield.

Looks like the kids are ballin out.

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