A speedy returner/receiver from two-time national champion Mount San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) has been cleared to play for the Warriors this season.
There were glitches in the UH application for Breydan Torres-Keohokapu, a Castle High graduate. Known as Keohokapu as his only surname at Mt. SAC, Torres-Keohokapu also has a hyphenated first name on his birth certificate. The long names caused mixups in comparing his transcripts and application. Once sorted out, he was admitted to UH (although he is not enrolled in summer session).
Torres-Keohokapu caught 21 passes for 471 yards last season. He averaged 23.5 yards per kickoff return, and had two punt returns for 59 yards (including a 49-yard return). In 2009, he averaged 31.7 yards per kickoff return.
Mt. SAC won the 2009 and 2010 California state championships. Seventy-two California community colleges field football teams. The California champion is recognized as a national champion.
Here are his Mt. SAC highlights: Torres-Keohokapu.
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Interesting that the coaches’ “voluntary” pay cuts were not mentioned as part of the reason for a projected profitable fiscal year. Guess somebody had a Chad Lowe moment.