Afusia dances his way from Guard to Center for Rainbow Warriors

Nineteen days away from kickoff against 25th ranked Washington at Aloha Stadium, the University of Hawaii Football team kicked off week two of training camp Monday in Manoa.

The Rainbow Warriors have had Sophomore Ikaika Woolsey take the lion share of first team snaps at Quarterback all camp long, and appears close to naming number-11 as the starter against the Huskies.

However, there’s absolutely no mystery to this point of who will be snapping the ball, as Senior Kody Asufia has seemlesly made the move from Guard to Center this season, after grading out at a team high 85% in 2013, bringing both consistent play and some fancy “footwork” to the line.

Last season, cameras caught Afusia flashing his dancing skills in the huddle at Wyoming.

“I mean, okay, honestly in my opinion, I think every single person at our school should be some sort of hyped about being at a game. Especially, it breaks the tension. At a game I’ll mess around sometimes at timeouts. It breaks the tension, people need to loosen up a little. Seriously, how hard you have to work, you also gotta have fun, and I love playing football, that’s my favorite thing to so in my life for sure.”

Afusia and his ‘Bows continue Training Camp, Tuesday afternoon.

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