Honolulu, HI (October 19, 2016) – The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced today that Quarterback Dylan McCaffrey (Valor Christian High School; Highlands Ranch, CO) has accepted an invitation to play in the inaugural Polynesian Bowl. The University of Michigan commit ranks as the nation’s #2 “Pocket Passer” QB, #45 overall in the ESPN 300.
Dylan will join fellow quarterbacks University of Alabama commit Tua Tagovailoa (Saint Louis School; Honolulu, HI), who is ranked as the nation’s #1 “Dual-Threat” QB, #55 overall in the ESPN 300 and Ole Miss commit Alex Faniel (Glen Allen High School; VA).
“These are elite quarterbacks for an elite game,” said Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Co-Founder and Chairman Jesse Sapolu. “It will be a historic night at Aloha Stadium for the inaugural Polynesian Bowl.”
The Polynesian Bowl is a premier high school all-star football game that will feature 84 of the world’s elite seniors of Polynesian heritage and other ancestries. The game will be played Saturday, January 21, 2017 at Aloha Stadium (O’ahu Hawai’i) during the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend.
Tickets may be purchased through Ticketmaster or by visiting http://www.PolynesianBowl.com.
ABOUT THE POLYNESIAN BOWL
Organized by the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame, the Polynesian Bowl will feature the world’s elite high school players of Polynesian heritage and other ancestries. Tennessee Titans Quarterback Marcus Mariota (TEAM MARIOTA) and Baltimore Ravens Offensive Tackle Ronnie Stanley (TEAM STANLEY) will serve as team captains. Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Inductees Jack “The Throwin’ Samoan” Thompson and Olin Kreutz will serve as honorary head coaches. For more information, visit http://www.PolynesianBowl.com.