It’s final exam week, but the work still continues to for the Warriors. The coaches are on the mainland to evaluate football prospects and meet with their coaches, counselors and teachers. The UH coaches already have visited local high schools, and will make their second — and third — tours during this evaluation period.
Per NCAA rule, the head coach is restricted from making these evaluation visits to schools.
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Congrats to Meredith and Jacob Yoro on the birth of their daughter, Brynn.
“Baby’s healthy, mom’s healthy,” Jacob said of his daughter’s 2:45 a.m. arrival on Children’s Day.
Brynn is a variation of Meredith’s maiden name of Brynteson.
Jacob, who coaches UH’s outside linebackers, will remain in Hawaii this week. Woody Blevins, who was hired as a football intern this spring, received a waiver that would allow him to replace Yoro on evaluation trips this week.
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The Warriors will serve as hosts to football camps June 8 and June 23 on the Manoa campus.
Coach Nick Rolovich said the Warriors also will put on clinics on the Big Island and Kauai. They are working on arrangements for a clinic on Molokai.