Yuba College point guard Jaaron Stallworth could soon be Hawaii’s first commit of the spring.
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Gonzaga transfer Bryan Alberts, a 6-foot-5 guard, is the latest player to be courted in person at the Manoa campus by Hawaii basketball this spring signing period. Word is he arrived today. Alberts is a tantalizing prospect, given he has size, played on a great team (the Bulldogs, in case you forgot, were the national runners-up) and is the rare graduate transfer to have two years of immediate eligibility. Sounds like he has a planned visit to Long Beach State this weekend. Weber State of the Big Sky is also said to be in play. Gonzaga announced itself that Alberts left its program in search of other Division I opportunities. He started 10 games as a freshman in 2015-16 and […]
UH basketball is making a run at Long Beach Poly big man Myles Johnson.
So, to state the obvious, it hasn’t been a gangbusters start to the spring signing period for the Hawaii basketball team. There have been no official announcements yet (the period began on April 12 and runs through May 17), nor any known commitments — although it sounds like the Rainbow Warriors might be close to something with Finnish point guard Edon Maxhuni. Two of the three unsigned players UH brought in this period are off the board to other teams — including one to a conference rival. UPDATE: Looks like Maxhuni is off the board as well. He’s reportedly committed to Long Beach State. This was retweeted by Maxhuni: Congrats to 2017 @hba_marsky PG @EdonMaxhuni for his committment to play for […]
UH, which has four scholarships to hand out, is hosting two guards early in the spring signing period.
Hawaii basketball is up to four early player departures this spring.
In a sense, the 2017 UH basketball postseason banquet was a pivot from past to future.
Point guard Matt Owies has been released from the program.