Solid debut for UH rookies

Yesterday’s team-bonding excursion at Schofield proved one thing: the Warriors have some pretty good recruits. Offensive lineman Brandon Kipper easily maneuvered through the seven-obstacle course. Running back Miles Reed also had little trouble in the skills competition. Tight end Kade Greeley was impressive. And wideout Drake Stallworth was on the winning team.

Brandon Kipper
Drake Stallworth
Miles Reed
Miles Reed
Wideout Isaia Mullen
Offensive tackle Dejon Allen and Kade Greeley

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And the rest of the camera roll:

The winners: Cole McDonald, Diocemy Saint Juste, Dylan Collie, Keelan Ewaliko and Drake Stallworth
Slotback Tristin Kamaka and wideout Keelan Ewaliko
Punter Stan Gaudion
Wideout Devan Stubblefield and offensive lineman Fred Ulu-Perry
Offensive linemen JR Hensley and Chris Posa
KITV sports director Brandi Higa and quarterback Dru Brown
Dru Brown with the perfect landing
Cole McDonald
Taaga Tuulima
H-back/fullback Kaiwi Chung

COMMENTS

  1. Bowwar July 9, 2017 9:36 am

    Foist! Good to see the Warriors train…


  2. H-Man July 9, 2017 10:11 am

    Great pics ! Fred looks HUGE ! Some of the obstacles looks real challenging. Glad all players came away safe.


  3. Bowwar July 9, 2017 10:27 am

    Foist! Good to see Miles right up there!


  4. Inyoface July 9, 2017 11:28 am

    I remember going to Schofield for cub scouts in the mid 80s. Those obstacles looked like 10 story buildings back then. Was always fun finding m16 shell casings laying around but we couldn’t keep them.


  5. kalua pig July 9, 2017 1:35 pm

    what brand of boots is brandi higa wearing?


  6. Free Kennedy Tulimasealii July 9, 2017 2:21 pm

    My boy KT would’ve been a positive contributor to this team and this specific exercise. Best of luck to Rolo but don’t sleep on KT. He’ll be back!


  7. Maddog50 July 9, 2017 2:42 pm

    Lotsa transfers in late 60s early 70s. Two schools were free transfer schools Fla State and us….could have been more than that. I bet 20% of teams I played on were transfers. Cal USC Oregon Oregon State SMU Oklahoma BYU AirForce to name a few. Got kicked out or left you could suit up the very next season-Woodcock Stone Richards et al were teammates. Some real characters cycled through for weeks months or entire season.


  8. tom-warriornation July 9, 2017 9:02 pm

    Great pics ST; keep them coming? When is the start of fall camp again? Who do you think will be the impact players among the newcomers? I can’t wait to hear!


  9. Paniolo July 10, 2017 3:16 am

    Great photos of our Warriors going through the U.S. Army Obstacle course. Don’t know how many Warriors recruits and starters participated in this event, I would suggest to Coach Rolo if this event is repeated next year again, to hold it on the “first day of fall camp” when you have over 100 Warriors in camp. I’m only guessing on the numbers but all the projected starters on both side of the ball will be there the first day of camp, Includes freshmen rookies, and others.


  10. Maddog50 July 10, 2017 8:41 am

    MW media days are two weeks away, as is pre-season camp. Looking forward to unveiling of new helmet and uniforms. Still think there will be some roster additions and hopefully no subtractions. My opinion is this is the most solid roster at several positions for the past several years with comfortable 2 deep and capable 3’s in some spot. Anxiously await some good news regarding previously unknown OL and DL moving up in depth chart-could be a freshman or experienced roster player. Taylor was a number 2 but preserved for RS. Hope one or two new ones emerge. Mermea could have a shot on DL and again the reported ever so slight return of KT. As the days roll by I get anxious for good news! GoWarriors!!!


  11. Stephen Tsai July 10, 2017 11:48 am

    New post: http://hawaiiwarriorworld.com/?p=44056


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