As a birthday present to his mother, Kamehameha’s Ezra Evaimalo announced his oral commitment to accept a 2020 football scholarship from the Rainbow Warriors.
“Basically, I tried to pay her back,” Evaimalo told the Warrior Beat today. “It doesn’t add to up what she’s done for me.”
Evaimalo, a junior, said he is 6 feet 2 and 225 pounds. He will play a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker position for Kamehameha during his senior season this fall. As a 2020 recruit, the earliest he may sign a binding national letter of intent is in December.
Evaimalo will join Kamehameha alumni Kumoku Noa, Jonah Kahahawai-Welch and Tiger Peterson on the Warrior-to-Warrior pipeline.
Earlier, two-way athlete Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala of Campbell High made an oral pledge to sign with UH for the 2020 class.