The 2018-19 Star-Advertiser All-State Basketball Player of the Year is apparently Manoa bound.
Saint Francis senior guard Kameron Ng posted an announced commitment to Hawaii on Sunday night.
— Kameron Ng (@NgKameron) April 29, 2019
Ng, at 5 feet 11, scored 21 points in 12 of 15 games in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu. He was a repeat winner of the Gatorade Hawaii Player of the Year Award.
It’s not immediately known if Ng has accepted a scholarship offer or a walk-on position. UH does have scholarships to give; to date, it has signed only one player (Junior Madut) in the spring signing period, along with Jessiya Villa coming off a two-year mission. To the best of our knowledge, UH has three scholarships remaining, so one could conceivably go to Ng.
UPDATE: Stephen Tsai subsequently reported that Ng was extended a preferred walk-on spot.
Here’s an extended interview Ng and his brother Kordel conducted with Hawaii Prep World’s Paul Honda during the season.