UH released a partial roster (which does not include the newcomers):
Quarterbacks: Shane Austin, David Graves, Bryant Moniz, Corey Nielsen, Cayman Shutter, Kevin Spain.
Running backs: Joe Cardiz Joey Iosefa, Sterling Jackson, John Lister.
Wideouts: Joe Avery, Terence Bell, Darius Bright, Cecil Doe, Jett Jasper, Royce Pollard.
Slotbacks: Samson Anguay, Justin Clapp, Donnie King, Miah Ostrowski, Corey Paclebar, Allen Sampson, Kana Silva, Billy Ray Stutzmann.
Offensive linemen: Kody Afusia, Scott Collins, Clint Daniel, Ben Dew, Andrew Faaumu, Austin Hansen, Clayton Laurel, Matagisila Lefiti, David Lefotu, Levi Legay, Brett Leonard, Elmer Lim, Jordan Loeffler, Waylon Lolotai, Frank Loyd, Marcus Malepeai, Blake Muir, Casey Purdy, London Sapolu, Sean Shigematsu, Chauncy Winchester-Makainai.
Defensive ends: Siaki Cravens, Desmond Dean, Dustin Elisara, Paipai Falemalu, Calen Friel, Liko Satele, Alema Tachibana, Alasi Toilolo, Beau Yap,
Defensive tackles: Hooikaika Cavaco-Amoy, Haku Correa, Geordon Hanohano, Zach Masch, Siasau Matagiese, Vaughn Meatoga, Moses Samia, Kaniela Tuipulotu.
Linebackers: Aaron Brown, Art Laurel, George Daily-Lyles, Darryl McBride, Jordan Monico, Corey Paredes, TJ Taimatuia, Aulola Tonga.
Cornerbacks: John Hardy-Tuliau, Tank Hopkins, Dee Maggitt, Kawika Ornellas, Mike Sellers, Terry Wilson.
Safeties: Kamalani Alo, Steven Christian, Gus Cunningham, Rykin Enos, Kenny Estes, Jordan Gomes, Leroy Lutu, Bubba Poueu-Luna, Richard Torres, Marcus Umu.
Kickers: Kenton Chun, Tyler Hadden, Kyle Niiro.
Punter: Alex Dunnachie.
Long-snapper: Luke Ingram,
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In addition to receiving a T-shirt and solid coaching the past weekend, Punahou offensive tackle Matthew Sparks and Kamehameha defensive end Kory Rasmussen each received a scholarship offer from the Warriors.
Both participated in UH’s Big Man’s Camp.
“I learned a lot of new things I plan on using this season,” Rasmussen said.
Noel Rasmussen, who was a skilled player for Damien in the 1980s, said his son began playing football at age 4. Noel served as Kory’s coach in youth leagues.
Rasmussen also has received offers from Colorado, Washington, Utah and Arizona.
“I’m going to look at all of the schools and see which one fits me the best,” he said.
Here’s the Rasmussen family — Kory, Kelvin, mom Laurie and Noel.
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Frank Loyd Sr. (left) and Warrior offensive lineman Frank Loyd Jr. (right) attended the Big Man’s Camp to support Chris Loyd, an offensive lineman for Moanalua High:
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Hey, I bought a T-shirt (size XL) from the camp, and now it’s blog prize.
To enter, please post: Gimme the shirt so I can start training.
Avis chooses a winner tonight.