Only 12 quarterbacks were awarded the honor.
Sources indicated that time commitment was a major reason for Higgins’ departure.
Herbig signed with his “dream program” when he put the pen to paper with Stanford.
In two seasons, Taulapapa rushed for 1,908 yards and accumulated 31 rushing touchdowns.
The 6’2 220 lb. Saint Louis linebacker had been committed to the Trojans since June 15 of last year.
In 2015, the Kahuku Captain helped lead the Red Raiders to an undefeated season and State Championship.
Latu cites the naming of fellow La’ie native Kalani Sitake as the Cougars Head Coach as a big reason for his choosing of BYU.
The 2014 Cover2 Tommy Kaulukukui Award winner passed for 7,303 and 81 touchdowns in his career.
The 6’5″ Defensive End signed with Utah of the Pac 12.
Malepeai will continue the legacy of being a Trojan running back long after he leaves Mililani High School.
The roster includes more than two dozen Hawaii high school seniors who will sign with FBS football programs.
The Mililani running back took an official visit to USC this past weekend and will decide between the Ducks and Trojans.
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“I grew up watching UH football and I dreamed of playing there, but it just wasn’t the best fit for me, right in my heart.”
He led the Warriors to a 19-9 overall record in three seasons.
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DIVISION I STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (1) KAHUKU (13-0) 39 (2) SAINT LOUIS (9-2) 14 FINAL DIVISION II STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (1) KAPA’A (9-1…