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University of Hawaii football training camp rolled on Sunday afternoon with the Rainbow Warriors breaking out the shells for the first time.
Day 3 saw quarterback Taylor Graham and company rocking the shoulder-pads, giving the team a reminder that kick-off against 24th-ranked USC is now just 25-days away.
The running backs unit is currently without returning starter Joey Iosefa. The junior to be suffered a fractured left foot in off-season conditioning, but remains hopeful to return before Hawaii’s season opener.
For the time being extra reps are going to the younger-guys. Among the bunch is reigning state player-of-the-year and Kahuku’s all-time leading rusher, Aofaga Wily.
KHON2 catches up with Wily in the video interview attached to this post.
For the second straight day the class of 2013 gem, receiver and kick-returner Keelan Ewaliko, was not in attendance. According to head coach Norm Chow, the state track champion out of Baldwin is tending to family matters and his absence is not a concern.
Practice resumes tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m.