Mililani High lineman Jake Tuatagaloa told the Star-Advertiser he has accepted a 2020 football scholarship offer from the Warriors. The skinny:
> Tuatagaloa is 6-2 and 305 pounds. He plays offensive guard and on the defensive line. He projects to compete as an O-lineman for the Warriors.
> He suffered a foot injury that will keep him out of football camps this month. But he said he should be fully healthy for the start of Mililani’s 2019 football season.
> He made his commitment after participating UH’s “Junior Day” yesterday. He said he will sign with the Warriors on Dec. 18, the first day of the early signing period for NCAA football prospects.
> Mililani head coach Rod York: “First of all, he’s a great kid. We had him in our program since he was in the seventh grade. His biggest strength is his footwork and his quickness. He’s deceiving because he’s a big kid, but he’s actually pretty athletic.”
> His father, Ace Tuatagaloa, was an All-State defensive lineman at Leilehua. The elder Tuatagaloa is now coaching at Mililani.
> Tuatagaloa is UH’s third 2020 pledge, following linebacker/end Ezra Evaimalo of Kamehameha School and receiver Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala of Campbell High.
> The highlights: Tuatagaloa videos