Feeling the draft

April 28th, 2011

In their circles, there's optimism that former UH receiver Greg Salas and running back Alex Green might be selected as early as tomorrow, when the NFL conducts the second and third rounds of the draft.

More than 20 teams have remained in constant contact with Salas. And yesterday, the New England Patriots met with Green in his home in Portland.

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Former UH safety Spencer Smith is exploring options beyond a playing career.

By not signing with an agent, Smith remains on UH scholarship. He earned a bachelor's degree last summer, and is taking online classes toward a master's degree.

He also has been hired as an assistant coach in charge of defensive backs at his alma mater, Kell High in Georgia. Kell opens spring practice May 9.

Smith is in a program in which he is allowed to teach at Kell and draw a coach's salary as long as he works toward earning a master's degree in a five-year period.

"This is my primary plan if football doesn't happen," Smith said.

As for the approach of spring practice, Smith said, "I'm excited, nervous. It'll be a good experience. I learned a lot from coach (Rich) Miano on DBs. I'll probably call him up and ask him for advice."

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With two weeks remaining in the spring semester, the Warriors already have started their offseason conditioning program.


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Linebacker Aulola Tonga, who redshirted in 2010, is now the backup buck linebacker to Aaron Brown. Because of his long vertical hair, one of his teammates called him Bu Laia. And, yes, Tonga remembered him.


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Defensive end Alema Tachibana ties up loose ends:


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As a precaution, the trainers fitted linebacker Corey Paredes with this wrapping. He will be 100 percent this summer:


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Defensive end Liko Satele, who missed the second half of spring ball because of a forearm injury, also should be fully healthy in a few weeks:


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Defensive tackle Haku Correa sports a barbell spike in his left ear lobe:


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The party doesn't start until the arrival of defensive leader Kaniela Tuipulotu:


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Quarterback Shane Austin participated in the workout:


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One of the drills is the backward toss-and-sprint involving a medicine ball. Here's defensive back Mike Sellers:


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The drill is supposed to be good for core strengthening. Here's kicker Tyler Hadden:


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Why do they call it a medicine ball?

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Here's proof that BG can fly:


Now let him into the Letter Winners Club!!!

378 Responses to “Feeling the draft”

  1. Kekoa:

    Good Morning Tsaiko Village people!

  2. Kekoa:

    Hoping for the best for our NFL bound Warriors.

  3. Kekoa:

    Clubhouse kinda quiet dis morning...jmxxxx must be stuck in traffic.

  4. gigi-hawaii:

    Too cool, guys! I am impressed.

    Way to go!

  5. Stephen Tsai:

    Give equipment guru Al Ginoza credit. The medicine balls are in team colors.

  6. gigi-hawaii:

    how heavy is the medicine ball? Do you need to take aspirin after lifting it?

  7. koakane:

    morning top 10?

  8. Buffoman:

    Top 10?

  9. koakane:

    nice pics, looks like everyone working hard tword the 2011 season

  10. koakane:

    st is the off season conditioning held in groups or just one time a day?

  11. rage777:

    So you don't need to play football to use up a scholarship? That doesn't make any sense to me. As long as a person on scholarship goes to school, the scholarship is still good and UH has to pay for it? If that was the case, I would think there would be a lot of doctorates in colleges.

    Isn't he taking up a scholarship that could be used by another player? A player that doesn't actually get paid for playing football. It sounds a little selfish to me.

  12. Stephen Tsai:

    Every group has a different session. When a group is on the field, another might be in the weight room. There also are different slots to accommodate people's schedules.

  13. d1shima:

    Top XIII!

  14. d1shima:

    Take your meds (and toss it)!

  15. gigi-hawaii:

    I know I ask tough questions! lol

  16. Stephen Tsai:

    Scholarships are good for the entire year.
    I think some players who already earned their degrees were "encouraged" to relinquish their scholarships at mid-year. But there was no obligation to do so. The bill is already paid. Might as well get as many credits as you can.

  17. d1shima:

    Best wishes to all the Aspiring Warriors (with remaining eligibility or not).

  18. d1shima:


    Why would it matter if the Blog Host has to take aspirin?

  19. Stephen Tsai:

    Went to the doc yesterday. He said tests showed I had a vitamin D deficiency, which causes fatigue and memory loss. Lactose intolerant, so I can't drink more milk. He gave me two options: 1) Take some vitamin D pills. 2) Get some sun, dammit.
    And that's how I stumbled on to yesterday's workouts.

  20. d1shima:


    Great Morning All!

  21. gigi-hawaii:


    as a stay home grandma, I don't get much sun. I make up for it by taking CALCIUM PLUS D every morning after breakfast.

    Also good for bone density.

  22. Stephen Tsai:

    "Bone density"?
    I will not go there. This is a family blog. I will not go there.

  23. gigi-hawaii:

    I won't go there, then, ST. lol.

  24. Stephen Tsai:

    Feeling better, Gigi?
    I was worried.

  25. gigi-hawaii:

    it's too bad you are lactose intolerant, ST. Just think what you are missing -- stuff like ICE CREAM.

    I scream for more ice cream.

  26. gigi-hawaii:

    Is it such a good thing to be the #1 draft pick?

    Doesn't that mean you are joining the worst team? Wouldn't a player prefer to be picked by a top team instead?

    Better chance of winning the Super Bowl?

  27. koakane:

    st no forget sun block protection, no use getting oddah stuff besides vitamin D

  28. rage777:

    OK, I get it now. Thanks for the clarification ST. I thought it was way past his eligibility. I don't think that is selfish anymore, although he probably should give it up because he has a full time job now. But he has every right to do what he is doing.

    Aren't you in the sun most of the day covering practice?

  29. d1shima:

    Tremendous hit taken by those in the Southeast.

    'Bama fans were nice folks when they came over. Hope for the best for those in Tuscaloosa.

  30. koakane:

    gotta run will be taking in the college fair at the convention center today. if anyone need info about post high school education this is a great time to check out colleges and universities.

  31. rage777:


    Or you could be the savior to that franchise. Look at Peyton Manning, Tim Duncan and David Robinson, etc.

  32. A-joe:

    Gmorning gang-

    So, I'm reading Dave Reardon's opening blog post today and it goes about saying he interviewed up and coming sports editor, Clinton Winham, from Moanalua High School who won this year's award for Best Public School Sports Story of the Year. Clinton won with a story that deftly profiled a particular "Moanalua Math Teacher" who just happens to be a "Super Sports Fan!"

    Hmmmmmmm... =)

    Does anyone know where we could obtain a copy of this article to read?

  33. gigi-hawaii:

    Speak of Tim Duncan, I couldn't believe how the Spurs came from behind to save their okole one more time.

    Incredible how they won in OT yesterday.

  34. Kekoa:

    Esme sighting on KFVE this AM. She's making a pitch for Island Craft Fair vendors. Lots of cool stuff! ...and of course she ended with her traditional Esme whoooooosh!

  35. gigi-hawaii:

    Yay for Jason!

  36. madeinhawaii:


    I hope you like fish.

    According to Wikipedia the best sources for Vitamin D.. type 3 would be

    Catfish, 85 g (3 oz) provides 425 IU (5 IU/g)
    Salmon, cooked, 100 g (3.5 oz) provides 360 IU (3.6 IU/g)
    Mackerel, cooked, 100 g (3.5 oz), 345 IU 3.45 IU/g)
    Sardines, canned in oil, drained, 50 g (1.75 oz), 250 IU (5 IU/g)
    Tuna, canned in oil, 100 g (3.5 oz), 235 IU (2.35 IU/g)
    Eel, cooked, 100 g (3.5 oz), 200 IU (2.00 IU/g)
    A whole egg provides 20 IU if the egg weighs 60 g (0.33 IU/g)

    Cod liver oil, 1 Tbs. (15 ml) provides 1360 IU (90.6 IU/ml)

  37. madeinhawaii:

    Morning Tsaikos and Lurkers!

  38. Kazz on Droid_X:

    Feeling the draft?

    In Soviet Russia, draft feels you.

  39. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Mahalo for the pics, ST!

    Good luck to the guys in the Draft.

    Get healthy & stay healthy, Warriors!

  40. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Great pics, Mr. Tsai. Do there seem to be more players participating on the off season work outs over the last couple of years?

    Best of luck to the Warrior draft hopefuls.

  41. NYUH:

    Surprised by Ferd's article. Since when is a NFL payoff the criteria for a successful Warrior career? I wish Salas all the best in a pro football career but if getting a degree, experiencing the team comraderie, enjoying the competition, and being in Hawaii are not sufficient rewards for playing football at UH, by all means, that is something I would like to hear about that.

  42. Pride.:

    Experts scource for info-- Wikipedia

    History of the Medicine Ball

    Medicine ball training is one of the oldest forms of strength and conditioning training – the first reference to wrestlers training with sand filled bladders appears in Persia nearly 3000 years ago. In ancient Greece the physician Hippocrates had them sewn out of animal skins and stuffed with sand. His patients threw them back and forth for injury prevention and rehabilitation.

    In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, the words "health" and "medicine" were synonymous. The so-called "Four Horsemen of Fitness" were the dumbbell, the Indian club, the wand, and the medicine ball. This is where the beginnings of the modern medicine ball originate.

  43. NCAA:

    The Indian club and the wand? Wot dat?

  44. gigi-hawaii:


    I think most students attend college to get a job that pays better than one they'd get with just a high school diploma. Few students go to college just for fun. Most are serious about their future.

    So, if Warriors manage to be drafted by the NFL, then all the best to them! After all, how many college grads can hope to earn millions after graduating from college?

  45. NCAA:

    Don't most college grads hope to earn millions after graduating? I do.

  46. NCAA:

    Good to see the dedication and motivation of the players. Go Warriors!

  47. NCAA:

    Train hard work hard.

    There'll always be someone training and working harder.

    But there will be fewer of them.

  48. gigi-hawaii:



  49. Derek:

    ST, will we see the 4/5 deep depth chart after spring ball, including projected special teams.
    It will make for a lot of interest during the summer as to who will work hard and improve their stock.

  50. gbc99:

    Hawaii 50!

  51. Na Koa Mike:

    Na Koa golf tournament article and photos are up:


  52. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    Good luck to the Warriors looking to get to the next level!

    I'm confused about the NFL draft - what's allowed in terms of trades?

  53. tommui:

    Top 100!


    And where is DPK this morning?
    Put him in the top 50!

  54. Last Call:

    I don't have a good feeling about this weekends softball games against NMS so I've decided to devote my attention to the NFL Draft and the Bubba Burger 250.

  55. Stephen Tsai:

    Indeed, the next couple of months will determine a lot.
    For instance, I think about five receivers were cut. But UH is trying to bring them back for the first day of school, when rosters are expanded. A lot of that depends on how hard they work over the next couple of months, if it is indeed their wish to remain with the program.

  56. BG:

    Good morning folks!

    Thanks for the pics NK-Mike. We know you have your own tailgate, but you're always welcome to stop by the Tsaikos...just be sure where we are, we move up to our "luxurious accommodations" from time to time :D

  57. Stephen Tsai:

    I think Cam Newton has to be the No. 1 pick. I think if a team has a need for a quarterback, and quarterback is the most valued position, then grab quarterbacks early. For instance, I hear that the Colts are looking for a backup quarterback for Peyton Manning. So the Colts are willing to wait a couple of rounds to pick up a QB. Know what happens when you pick up a QB later? It means you're picking up a guy who's going to be a backup, at best. Why fool around? And sure we hear about a Montana or Brady. But those late picks come around every 15 years. So if a QB is on the wish list, grab one early.

  58. gigi-hawaii:

    ST, there are some #1 QB picks who bombed, though. Russell comes to mind...

  59. Last Call:

    Would love to see Kaepernick not get drafted . Personally I think he's way overrated.

  60. BG:

    Yesterday reminded me how much information resides here. Mahalos to the many who chimed in with suggestions for me...from the blog-host on out. Then Pride tells us all we need to know about medicine balls, and A-Joe teases us with a clue about our favorite MoHS math teacher, AND mih tells us which fish is good for vit D! No need to run around the internet, it's all here!

  61. D:

    Medicine ball- in the 19th century the word medicine and health were synonomous. The ball was used for health so basically is was called a health ball.

  62. gigi-hawaii:

    BG, you are right about there being a lot of info on this blog. Lots of knowledgeable people around.

    Most of all, I have learned a lot about football here. Thanks for being so patient with me, guys!

  63. gigi-hawaii:

    I wonder if the WB will be around when hubby retires in 8 years. lol. I think he would have a blast reading the comments here. No time for it right now, unfortunately.

  64. kawika49:

    #63... not to worry, there's a Tsaiko Born every few days.

  65. Last Call:

    Say What ?

    "Superman Renounces His U.S. Citizenship" ?

    "Superman is no longer an American."

    "In Action Comics’ new record-breaking 900th issue, the iconic super hero renounces his U.S citizenship following a clash with the federal government."


  66. Hawaii#24:

    Breaking News

    Alvin Katahara is leaving as Executive Director of Na Koa and moving up to the Foundation in Alumni Association opening.

  67. d1shima:

    Gonna be winging off to PDX soon.

    Too late to change plans now for us but if can, please keep our nephew (Mrs. d1shima's sister's son) in your healing thoughts. Mahalo.

  68. Ralph:

    Wie finishes at +4 in the first round in the Avnet Classic

  69. gigi-hawaii:

    Healing prayers for D1shima's nephew!

  70. Stephen Tsai:

    Thanks for the pic of BG running.

  71. gigi-hawaii:

    My youngest sister was on a track scholarship at UH during the late 1970s. I think Duncan MacDonald was her coach.

    Does the Letter Winners club go back that far?

  72. gigi-hawaii:

    superb pic of BG!

  73. mctruck:

    Many analysts on tv are supporting Cam Newton as a #1 pick; I wonder why they've not discussed the possibility of injuries seeing how nearly half of Newton's td's came via his running with the ball for td's? If memory serves me well, it was something like (30) td's thrown and (20) td's running. I say this because doesn't the nfl really want the qb to remain in the pocket and throw 1st??

  74. mctruck:

    I predict Newton will have a very short nfl career if he thinks he's going to run around the field and score td's like he did in college; defenses are just waiting to prove this point.

  75. Stephen Tsai:

    Newton will be safe.
    Just as he's about to be hit, two members of his entourage will burst onto the field.

  76. Stephen Tsai:

    I'm really disappointed that Derrick Rose has three roommates. The Association's MVP needs some space.

  77. camry 04:

    Thank you Ralph- donation done for Wahine Softball.

  78. madeinhawaii:

    Last Call,

    Did Superman ever apply for US Citizenship in the first place? Does he even have a green card? Or did adoption, provided it was done legally, automatically make him a US citizen?

  79. wafan:

    Good afternooon!

  80. gigi-hawaii:

    Gas tops $6 in Hana.

    That Nissan Leaf is looking mighty appealing right now.

  81. kawika49:

    #78 I believe he would be considered a real Alien.

  82. gigi-hawaii:

    hi wafan! short school day today?

  83. wafan:

    BG is Superman?

  84. wafan:

    GG . . .

    No day out for some eye stuffs.

  85. wafan:

    And, BG, aka Superman, has renounced his US citizenship?!?!

  86. kawika49:

    Think he's applying for citizenship in Trumpville.

  87. Stephen Tsai:

    How did Ma Kent sew the costume? Wouldn't the needle break?

  88. Stephen Tsai:

    And there was no need to read Super Boy comics since you knew he grew up to be Superman. No spoiler alerts there.

  89. Stephen Tsai:

    And the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker? How come it didn't make the spider have super powers?

  90. Stephen Tsai:

    And how come the Hulk's shirt tears but not his pants?

  91. kawika49:

    87 they lived on a farm. When glue um with bull semen.

  92. Stephen Tsai:

    Who built the bat cave?

  93. gigi-hawaii:

    wow, way off topic!!! lol

  94. kawika49:

    #93 Michelle Bachman. She is BS crazy.

  95. Stephen Tsai:

    Who let the dogs out?

  96. kawika49:

    #93 See what happens when you have too much draft?

  97. Stephen Tsai:

    As Steven Wright asked: What's another word for thesaurus?

  98. rage777:

    So if there is no more NFL players union, does that mean the draft picks can be signed for as much or as little as the teams want?

  99. Stephen Tsai:

    Probably. There's no cap and no floor.
    But nobody's going to sign until a new CBA is in place.

  100. wafan:


  101. Curt:

    Blog host gone wild. Beware of funny comments.

  102. Curt:


    #90 If the Hulk wore tear-away pants, you would call that a comic strip.

  103. Slugger:

    Prayers for Mrs. D1shima's nephew.

    Safe travels, d1.

    BG can fly! Superman!

  104. Curt:

    Okay. I know that was corny.

  105. Curt:

    Didn't football players wear tear-away jerseys at one time? Anybody remember them?

  106. Slugger:

    Laughing is good for the soul. Mahalo for the chuckles today, ST, Curt & da gang.

    The Draft starts at 2 pm?

  107. Curt:

    Nice shot BG. U look fast. I like your stride and arm action. Now we know how u caught yo wife!

  108. Curt:

    For all you single guys, no need fo online dating. Do like BG; go to Rich Miano's Speed and Quickness classes. Da wahine have no chance. :)

  109. gigi-hawaii:

    The best way to find a spouse is to have a mutual hobby, like golf or tennis.

    Music is what brought me and hubby together. We played in the same combo.

  110. Curt:

    Afta u graduamate from Speed & Quickness, u ken say:

    "I float like a buttafly and sting like BG." Betta make dat " and run like BG."

  111. kawika49:

    #109 tried the mutual hobby bit...till the i when spark the other one practicing with another hobbyist.

  112. Slugger:

    Congrats to Jonas!

    University of Hawaii sophomore opposite Jonas Umlauft was selected to the 10-member American Volleyball Coaches Association All-America first team, announced today.

    Think the Donald would protest since Jonas is from Germany? :P

  113. NCAA:

    Why does superman duck when someone throws a gun at him?

  114. LizKauai:

    "Moanalua Math Teacher" who just happens to be a "Super Sports Fan!"

    d1- Have a safe and wonderful trip. Nephew is in my prayers.

    BG Rocks! Whoosh! Faster than a speeding Esme!

    Hi Ho!

  115. jm2375:

    Yea, Jonas!! GO WARRIORS!!

  116. NCAA:

    You're telling me that glasses is a real disguise? If ST took off his glasses and wore skin tight under armour we wouldn't notice he really is ST?

  117. Stephen Tsai:

    My skin is already skin tight.

  118. Slugger:

    ST ~

    Using sunscreen will prevent you from absorbing vitamin D through your skin.

  119. NCAA:

    Mr. ST,

    That answers my question. A naked ST without glasses is recognizable.

    Enjoy your cod liver oil!

  120. NCAA:

    With the No. 1 pick, the Carolina Panthers select ___ ______ .

  121. Pride.:

    There were all kind of China government officials at our church this Sunday. Supposedly they were interested in the expansion of Christianity into the nation of China. I hope that is true and not for this bogus report 12 hours ago.


  122. Kekoa:

    ST ~ I would've sent you the video version of BG flight testing his new cleats, but he's running so fast everything is a blurrr!

  123. SteveM:

    April 28th, 2011 at 1:04 pm
    You're telling me that glasses is a real disguise? If ST took off his glasses and wore skin tight under armour we wouldn't notice he really is ST?

    No. Not if the outfit came from DPK's secret transmorgification collection. Could make you look 6" taller/shorter and up to 135 lbs lighter/heavier.

  124. NCAA:

    Chinese government is interested in Christianity? The same Chinese government that kills and tortures Christians in their homeland?

  125. Pride.:

    Prayers for your nephew D1. Have a safe trip.

  126. Pride.:


    April 28th, 2011 at 1:40 pm
    Chinese government is interested in Christianity? The same Chinese government that kills and tortures Christians in their homeland?

    That's what they said they were going to do. If they said it, then it must be true right?

  127. NCAA:

    Mr. SteveM,

    He'll be wearing UA. UA doesn't transmorgify, it just shows off your physique.

  128. LizKauai:

    What a day! Merrie Monarch, NFL Draft, Royal Wedding...

  129. LizKauai:

    Not to mention the last Office episode with Steve Carrell...

  130. NCAA:

    Mr. Pride,

    Could be from Hong Kong?

  131. NCAA:

    No surprise Cam Newton is #1.

  132. Okole Maluna:

    Here we go Cam Newton picked by Panthers.

  133. Okole Maluna:

    Next up Broncos goes DT?

  134. BG:

    Hell's bells! I turn on the pc for nice quiet afternoon in the clubhouse and I run in this raucus crowd! Kekoa told me the other night that he had sent you a pic but I was hoping you'd have other stuff to post. Guud ting can not see my face!!!

  135. Curt:

    Howzit BG. You're a good sport.

  136. BG:

    Safe travels D1! And prayers for your nephew...

  137. Curt:

    I float like a buttafly,
    I run like BG,
    I like kiss da wahine,
    how come, dey no likee me?

  138. BG:

    Curt...you, gg, and kawika are too funny :D

  139. BG:

    Stephen, wat a guy you are! After I saw the pic and reading the blog, I get a phone call from the LWC asking for my email addy so they can send me news on what's happening. We must have some LWC members who read the blog and put in a good word for me...I can think of some good suspects :D Mahalo!

  140. Ralph:

    Betty was holding down the catcher to clear the path for BG

  141. BG:

    SteveM (#123)...bummers if it makes you look 6" shorter and 135 lbs heavier!

  142. Curt:

    Congratulations BG.

  143. wafan:

    Welcome to the PNW, D1 and boss!

    Some good weather coming up this weekend into next week. Liz visited a week too early.

  144. wafan:

    Congratulations to BG!!!

    UH LWC can now claim they have Superman as a member.


  145. wafan:

    Just check my pupils. They really do look like O.o

    Glad the sun is not out. Next week will be a different problem.


  146. Ralph:

    49'ers on the clock.....need of a quarterback....go ahead and pick Colin Kaepernick before JMxxx's Snyder selects him.

  147. SteveM:

    RE: #141
    BG -- I think that's how he does the "fat piranha".... :?

    ...and do you know who was in that tall Easter bunny costume pix that ST posted the other day? :)

  148. Ralph:

    they picked a DE, they need help everywhere but definitely at QB is a must, oh well, another year of crying by A House.

  149. Okole Maluna:

    Dam my 49ers passed on Blaine Gabbert or Prince Amukamara CB both very much needed.

  150. Okole Maluna:

    WOW Jake Locker goes to Titans wow!

  151. (Jesse)James:

    Good afternoon Tsaikos...hope all is well...

    Prayers for D1's nephew....

  152. Okole Maluna:

    I'm very disappointed in the 49ers pick.
    Cowboys are up next. I'm done watching why go such a low pick with Aldon Smith?
    I hope he's very good fit for 49ers.

  153. Ralph:

    Redskins up! JMxxxx are you hyperventilating?

  154. Okole Maluna:

    At least Cowboys did much better going for OT he will be a ALL Pro very quickly.

  155. papajoe2:

    Mel Kiper must be getting paid big bucks. 1 wrong and everything is screwed up. Last year he bombed. I don't think he got very many right with his predictions. To do this on national TV is nuts. He complains about the pick that he got wrong. Like the team is stupid for not taking his pick.

  156. papajoe2:

    Saw Kiper had Alex Green at #5 for running back and Greg Salas #6 for receivers. Or was it versa vice?

  157. Ralph:

    hey, Jac picked, Skins now pick at 16.

  158. NCAA:

    I don't think it is Salas #5 for running back and Green #6 for receivers. LOL

  159. Last Call:

    My predictions

    Salas picked in the 4th or 5th round,Green in the 8th or 9th round.

  160. RedZone:

    wow a lot of boos when Cam got picked 1st.

  161. RedZone:

    Detroit got the bad boy.

  162. Last Call:

    Some people in Reno think the dolphins will take Colon :-) at # 15.

  163. Last Call:

    No I have never heard of Whipple Van Ness Jones III.

  164. NCAA:

    I don't watch soap operas.

  165. Last Call:

    Spammers out in full force today.

  166. wafan:

    Prayers and positive thoughts for d1's nephew and family.

  167. wafan:

    So far the most interesting thing about the royal wedding is that "Crown Imperial" will be performed. Just really like that piece especially when it is performed with an organ! We did it at LCC in the late 70's. Heck, we did the Overture 1820 with cannon at a park overlooking Pearl Harbor.

  168. wafan:

    Interesting about the OSU coach. Will the NCAA actually punish him and the school or will it just give both a very stern finger wag with the cautionary reminder not to get caught again.

  169. NCAA:

    I'm going to punish him.

  170. LizKauai:

    Interesting Draft choices...


    Chatting with my Skins friends


  171. mctruck:

    Eh!?, now espn is flashing Mel Kippers top picks and now showing, (Greg Salas) at #5 top WR's; also showing (Alex Green) at #6 top RB's.

  172. NCAA:

    Thoughts and prayers to d1shima.

    Thought, prayers, and condolences to those in the South.

  173. papajoe2:

    I heard of Whip Van Ripple. Killer drink. Ripple with whip cream. What? Still get Ripple or what?

  174. kawika49:

    Prince Amukamra's entourage, looks like they went to the George Naope School of Fashion.

  175. papajoe2:

    You guys noticed the jewelry, watches the draftees wear? Must have gotten the money from the agents or played for Auburn or OSU. lol

  176. mctruck:

    Well, I guess Miami's need for a Center that they drafted, shows that swapping Satele to the Raiders for their center didn't workout so well??

  177. Kekoa:

    Devastating weather events have hammered our planet. Thoughts and prayers to the many family members who have been affected. In both Japan and here at home, many are hurting and need our kokua. I am most proud of our tiny little state for raising millions to help support these important programs. Mahalo to all who answered the call.

  178. Kekoa:

    D-1 ~ Is that the nephew I met at your house that looked like he could pin Pride in the best 2 out of 3? If it is, I pray that he gets healthy but doesn't pin me!!

  179. kawika49:

    Even the Fish auction is more exciting than this draft.

  180. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Getting very "drafty" on the blog today!

  181. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Prayers for your nephew, D1.

  182. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Is BG still avaiable for the draft?

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  183. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    If a draft were held for draft analysts were held, what round would "The Hair" be taken?

  184. Ralph:

    free agent, unsigned

  185. Ralph:


  186. Ralph:

    Wilkerson from Temple, one of Herman Frazier's home boys

  187. SteveM:

    Good morning?

  188. SteveM:

    On this day (April 28) in the first year (2007) of The Warrior Beat blog ... count is 249 comments on the 2nd day of the 2007 NFL draft and the Warrior Ohana Festival at the stadium.

    FIRST POST: 99club

    Comment from: gigi-hawaii [Visitor]
    Congrats to ST. His blog is number one on the bloggers choice awards contest. So will he go to Orlando June 1-2 to accept his award?
    04/28/07 @ 08:05

    Comment from: Stephen [Member]
    If the blog wins, our nominator, Garret, will represent us.
    By the way, the women in our office — Liane Yim, Gwyneth Pang, Leslie Kawamoto, Shauna Goya and Sandee Oshiro — voted for the blog. Some voted twice, too. Not sure if the guys in our office were any help.
    04/28/07 @ 08:49

    Comment from: maryanne from maryland [Visitor]
    Why did you delete my name from the last mainland tsai-ko group listing.
    I am extremly upset with you!
    In fact, I may have to beat you over your head with my conjoined twin brother Fester!

    I will forgive, if you introduce me to that nice fellow you promised last time. [WreckinEyez
    In fact, I still have that new can of Right Guard so I'll smell fresh, and maybe I'll take a bath even though it's still only April, not due 'till July.
    04/28/07 @ 12:00

    Comment from: maryanne from maryland [Visitor]
    I understand you've been looking for me, heard it through the grapevine.
    To answer your question, yes, I do provide mouth to mouth.
    There is no charge, all I ask is that you be clean shaven, only one of us should have a beard.
    04/28/07 @ 12:06

    Comment from: SteveM [Visitor]
    Sorry, maryanne from maryland, I haven't heard from you for so long I thought you had settled down somewhere.
    The other person has been missing all week. We fear the worst, but are optimistic. When are you planning to swim to Hawaii?
    04/28/07 @ 12:11

    Comment from: maryanne from maryland [Visitor]
    Before I lay me down to sleep,
    I pray for a man, who's not a creep,
    One who's handsome, smart and strong.
    One who loves to listen long,
    One who thinks before he speaks,
    One who'll call, not wait for weeks.
    I pray he's gainfully employed,
    When I spend his cash, won't be annoyed.
    Pulls out my chair and opens my door,
    Massages my back and begs to do more.
    Oh! Send me a man who'll make love to my mind,
    Knows what to answer to "how big is my behind?"
    I pray that this man will love me to no end,
    And always be my very best friend.

    I pray for a deaf-mute nymphomaniac with huge b**bs
    who owns a liquor store and a golf course.
    This doesn't rhyme and I don't give a s**t.
    04/28/07 @ 12:15

    Comment from: Jason [Visitor]
    Here's the update from tonight's Football ʻOhana Festival. First, the tailgate. A bunch of the Tsaikos and SportsHawaii.com guys got together in the parking lot. I was already waiting when I saw these guys setting up; when they started to hang up the black banner, I walked over to join them. We all had a good time talking and eating. We need to do that more often -- just need to remember to bring chairs, hehe.

    As for the football. I sat with Tom Mui and the gigis. The first third of the 90 minutes was spent in various drills. Quarterbacks threw to receivers, o-linemen were yelled at by Dennis McKnight, small stuff. Then for the second third of the practice, there was one group of linemen working out, while the others worked in a passing skeleton drill. Grice-Mullins looked a bit shaky, dropping a few balls and not really concentrating all that well. Colt shook off some early cobwebs (two Patek picks) to show his usual accuracy. Funaki immediately showed he has a real live arm.

    The last third of the practice session was a light scrimmage between offense and defense. The offense under Colt looked sharp, despite heavy blitzing by the defense. Grice-Mullins improved a little to make a few nice catches. Funaki came in with some subs, and showed that while he has a good arm, he still has a way to go with regards to making reads and accurate throws. Kepoʻo showed a live arm as well. Saw a little of "the Castle kid," as I call Kalauokaʻaea.

    My impressions -- the offensive skill players look solid, although none of the running backs really stood out (Pilares made a few nice plays that would probably put him a bit ahead). Offensive line looked a little weak, but they faced heavy blitzes on every play of the scrimmage. Not sure how they would perform in a game. Defense did a solid job of minimizing gains and making some nice hits. Overall, it looked okay, but that's expected; with the turnover, you don't expect everything to work as well as it did during the 2006 season.
    04/28/07 @ 21:58

    Comment from: Jason [Visitor]
    I will let gigi tell you herself. She wasn't thrilled...
    04/28/07 @ 22:24

    Comment from: l10pc [Visitor]
    Another of your lurkers here..finally got to vote for the blog. The vote count is now 136 for us to 107 for NY..Yea!! (Back to lurking mode..)
    04/28/07 @ 22:42

  189. RedZone:

    oh no not Maryanne. run for the hills.

  190. Curt:

    Wow. Maryanne is funny. I wonder how long her beard is. Is she still around SteveM?

  191. Curt:

    Remember the song, "C'mon Marianne" by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons? Gigi, have you heard of Frankie Valli?

  192. SteveM:

    Curt -- I haven't seen Maryanne on the blog for a couple years--after Jason left her when she was working as a bouncer on Koreamoku street. Last I heard she was heading to Mongolia to train at sumo stable?

  193. Curt:

    If you like the Four Seasons, you've got check out Jersey Boys while in Vegas. We really enjoyed the show. I know some of the other Tsaikos did at the last UNLV game.

  194. Curt:

    Bouncer? Sumo stable? Wow. Datz some wo-man.

  195. Stephen Tsai:

    I like Wilkerson. He's a 315-pound beast who can play d-end, d-tackle and nose tackle. Plus, he's a three-down guy. UH needs one of those. UH needs to play a 3-4 like the rest of the world.

  196. Ralph:

    UH should have kept Glanville and his 3-4.

  197. Stephen Tsai:

    I love the 3-4. It requires big D-ends, and fast LBs. UH has both.

  198. Curt:


    Interesting comment about UH needing to play the 3-4. I know running teams have a hard time with our 4-3...well at least most of the time. Are most of the top defenses a 3-4 or 4-3?

  199. Curt:


  200. al:


  201. Curt:


  202. al:

    hey, i'm back now.

  203. Curt:


    U sneeky buggah u!

  204. Curt:

    Boned again!

  205. al:

    yah, curt we thoroughly enjoyed the joisy boys. saw it twice already.

  206. Curt:


    We gotta do someting about this al. He so sneekee da guy.

  207. al:

    sorry curt. i was in stealth mode.
    i've been on kauai all day.
    working for a change.
    away from the electronics.

  208. Curt:

    Working for a change? Visiting LizKauai and talking story is not work.

  209. Curt:


    Is Maryanne and KoaMahu related? Their humor is at least.

  210. Curt:


    Any birdie tweets lately? Seems the big question now is what will Shaquille do?

  211. SteveM:

    Speaking of the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons...

    My last cruise on the Norwegian Pearl had this foursome aboard doing shows. Video here...

    also http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L847TPKp1Ok

    Their current web site says they also play on the Pearl in Alaska and the Caribbean (between short land gigs).

  212. Curt:


    Someone mentioned the John Ursua guard on another site. I like the way he handles the ball, always relaxed and under control, does a little misdirection, drives and dishes it off time after time for a basket. He doesn't look flashy but he looks a smart point guard.

  213. SteveM:

    RE: #211
    This video is more like the shows I saw on the ship....


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  215. Curt:

    Thanks SteveM. Enjoyed the links. Have you caught the Jersey Boys yourself?

  216. al:

    small shaq visits next weekend, unless he alters his plans. we have a decent shot at landing him.

  217. al:

    the other question is...who is the big guy?

  218. al:

    ursua is not a candidate.

  219. papajoe2:

    Ha ha. I just got back from Vegas on Saturday and saw the Jersey Boys on Friday night. What a show. Many of their newer songs, I heard of but didn't know it was from Frankie Valli and the 4 seasons. Many, many hits. Thanks SteveM. Great show!

  220. Curt:

    We don't need role players anymore. At this point, he should shoot for the moon.

  221. SteveM:

    I do not think Koa-Mahu and Maryanne are related.

    No, haven't seen Jersey Boys. Limited budget, which I save for cruises. At least there's a free show every night, besides the lounge acts. I suppose you could say I wait for the "rerun" appearances on the ships as the entertainers leisurely travel the world.

    Did you know the Blue Man Group, Second City troupe, Cirque Dreams, etc. are performing on the Norwegian Epic? Garret, Momo and family will sailing on the Norwegian Epic this summer.

  222. Curt:

    Welcome back papajoe2. It's really hard not to enjoy it. You're right...great show.

  223. papajoe2:

    SteveM, are they the real groups on the cruise ships? I saw the Blue Man Group 2wice in Vegas awhile ago. They were very good but I think the Jersey boys were just a little better. I also saw Ka, but with their moving stage, I don't think they could do it on the ship.

  224. Curt:

    With coaching ties to Australia, Brazil, Europe, Africa, and other planetary systems, you would think that at least one of this year's recruits might be from overseas. Whatever the case, go go Gib.

  225. papajoe2:

    If you go to Vegas to see shows, check out Vegas.com for discounted tickets. Jersey Boys cost me $245 including taxes for 2 tix. Also saw Gordy Brown at the Golden McNugget. Good thing I saw him first or I would have been disapointed after the Jersey Boys. He was pretty funny with his impressions and jokes and "only" $34.

  226. SteveM:

    BTW-- unlike land gigs, there's no security force and limos to whisk away the stars after the performances. They usually stay after the show, sign autographs, and sometime sell CD's and DVD's. :)

    I've met and sometimes spoke with many performers in the buffet or on the pool deck too.

    How about you papajoe2?

  227. papajoe2:

    Curt #224, You forgot Senegal. LOL. I tink its on Mars.

  228. papajoe2:

    SteveM, On all the cruises that I went on (9) I don't think they had really big time performers, unless they were a pianist, magician or guitarist which I wouldn't know if they were famous. We once saw a guitarist headlining a show on the ship, that I thought my beachboy friends could play better. But a lot of the entertainment is very good on a cruise ship, especially the ship's cast. The rest of the entertainment depends on your taste.

  229. SteveM:

    papajoe2 -- yes, they are the real Blue Man group. Cruise lines spend a lot on entertainment I hear. I never saw a performance that I thought was second-rate... well, until the lounge show with the passenger karaoke finalists last cruise. :roll: Darn, so many Tsai-kos could have won that with ease.

  230. papajoe2:

    I like the wahine dancers on the ship. Once got an email address from a very beautiful one but my wife threw it away.

  231. Koa-mahu:

    ppj2 - i can 'dance' for u.

  232. gigi-hawaii:

    for some reason, I cannot get excited about the royal wedding. Booorrrring!

  233. gigi-hawaii:

    g'nite, all.

  234. Curt:


    #230 My wife would not be happy either if I got a beautiful wahine dancer's email address. Ha-ha. But would your wife let Koa-mahu dance for u?

  235. Koa-mahu:

    curt - meg and i want to tag team u.

  236. homey ℞:

    Blue Bloods.

    One round down...another tomorrow.

  237. Ralph:

    Curt I searched cheap tickets for any flights originating from Senegal this weekend. nada, so don't camp out at the international baggage area, go directly to United for flights out of New York. Be patient.

  238. NYUH:

    Gigi, agree with your #44 as every college football should have some aspirations to play for the NFL, CFL or whatever other professional opportunities are out there. But that is not the reality for the majority of UH football players so dissing the whole college experience because a shot at the NFL falls through seems unfortunate distortion of their experience.

  239. NYUH:

    Interesting plug for Colt

    How in the world does Jake Locker go ahead of Gabbert? Short answer: Tennessee has an interest in losing big without Jeff Fisher. My prediction: Colt Brennan is signed out of the UFL by the third week of preseason for "veteran" support.

  240. Ralph:

    #230 papajoe2 you should have read the email address carefully, it was for double vasectomy at one low price.

  241. Curt:

    #235 I feel a migraine coming. Sorry...no action for me.

  242. homey ℞:

    The redcoats are coming.

  243. Kazz on Droid_X:

    Hmmm two "beasts" at UH both named Wilkerson. One Warrior and one Rainbow Wahine.

  244. homey ℞:

    Curt - Migraine? Sounds so womanly.

  245. NYUH:

    And totally agree with your 232. They seem like a nice couple but I think we have enough problems with a growing global plutocracy to add royalty to the mix.

    And returning to football, more Colt

  246. Curt:


    #237 Okay. I'll be patient. But did you check for any flights out of the moon called Pandora? The players/avatars there are really big and are blue in color. They're also really athletic. I wouldn't be surprised if Gib was bringing one of them in soon.

  247. SteveM:

    I never got the email address of a beautiful wahine dancer on a ship. Get plenty but too young. Well, except for the Chinese acrobat dancers...Peaches pulled me out of the theatre after that show. :(

  248. Curt:


    #244 Yeah very womanly of me for sure. It came on quickly like a freight train when Koa-mahu made his offer.

  249. homey ℞:

    Good to see the Brits using Jaguars and Bentleys.

  250. homey ℞:

    Curt - Koa-mahu was just joking. He-she prefers the likes of koakane.

  251. homey ℞:

    Now the Rolls Royce...and

  252. Curt:


    Thanks for the link. Go for it Colt. Time's a running. We're behind you 100%.

  253. homey ℞:

    Land Rovers.

  254. homey ℞:

    They sure wear funky hats.

  255. homey ℞:

    If the Filipinos had a monarchy and a wedding of the Brits magnitude I wonder what kind of cars they would use. Jeepneys?

  256. homey ℞:

    Here comes the Bride.

  257. homey ℞:

    Ahhh, the princess to be rides in a Rolls...nice.

  258. SteveM:

    Hi homey. Which baseball bat were you going to lend me to adjust the blog server in 2008? Was it aluminum?

  259. homey ℞:

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  260. homey ℞:

    That's it for the wedding report. Satellite is moving out of range.

    Goodnight world.

    Oh, and prayers to d1's family and also sending out prayers and condolences to those in the Southern part of the continent.

  261. SteveM:

    homey-- I dunno. Which is most compatible with a PC server? I believe you recommended the graphite for UNIX. But Scott got this one working pretty good.

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  263. al:

    kazz...what warrior wilkerson you speak of?

  264. al:

    remind me nexy time to ask bg why he sprinted with a cap?

  265. Kazz on Droid_X:

    Oh crap, I read STs post too quickly. Nevermind.

    Eh, one betta than none.

  266. al:

    yah, i hear that she is going to be a very good one with or without the old bats.

  267. Ralph:

    actually I think the photo has BG running to home plate, check out the plate in front of him.

  268. koakane:

    come on homey you know koamahu likes little bogaongs

  269. Kekoa:

    Yep ~ It is a photo of BG leggin' it in from 2nd base. He eventually beat the throw in from the outfield and scored.

    BG really has a good glove, and covers more than his share of the outfiekd. He gets his share of base hits, and has homered as well.

    (Besides, he pays me very well to say all these cool things about him!)

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  272. SteveM:

    RE: my #211 and papajoe2's #228

    Looking at the web site for the Oh What a Night! group, in 2010 they appeared at such venues such as:
    - Holland Rotterdam (Tahiti-San Diego)
    - Sun Coast Hotel & Casino (Feb 27-28)
    - Holland Rotterdam (San Diego-Guatamala)
    - Norwegian Epic (Inaugural Cruise Southhampton-NYC)
    - Norwegian Star

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    Jean Ann Ryan Productions is a full service entertainment company specializing in Las Vegas Entertainment, “Cirque” and Award Winning Broadway Shows. We are the World’s most respected and highest rated Cruise Ship Entertainment production company.


  273. Michigan Warrior:

    Morning, everyone!

    Prayers for d1's nephew.

    Hope to hear/see Warrior's names today!!!

  274. Michigan Warrior:

    Go, Wahine Softball!!!

  275. Michigan Warrior:

    All right, BG!!!

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  277. wafan:

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  278. wafan:

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    Eat more fiber or go on a regular basis.

  279. wafan:

    There is going to be a lot of good news for the Warriors today!

  280. wafan:

    They are wed . . . yay . . . geez.

    Now we can get on to more important world matters.

  281. d1shima:

    Great Morning All from the PNW!

    Mahalo for the healing prayers... a mostly sleepless night here trying to get updates from back home but although things have improved, today will be crucial.

  282. wafan:

    d1 . . .

    Hope the requested goodies made it safely to #2!

    Enjoy your visit to the southern PNW.

  283. wafan:

    Out the door!

  284. LizKauai -iPad:

    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    Thanks for all.the wedding and cruising reports.
    Prayers continue for the d1 Ohana.
    Good luck to all the Warrior FootBow Alumni. :cool:
    Go SoftBows!

    Have a great Aloha Friday!

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  286. Kekoa:

    D-1 ~ It's a terrible situation to be in. Take some time out today to slip into a local church and light some candles as you spend a few quiet moments in prayer. It may help relieve the anxiety.


    :arrow: Say hey to #2 and enjoy your time together.
    :arrow: Safe travels around the PNW.
    :arrow: Don't run over any Oregon Ducks!

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  289. Bulla:

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    good luck to Salas and Green today, may their dreams come true :)

  290. Bulla:

    aloha Tsaiko ohana,

    keep 'the beast' in your thoughts today;

    last week Tuesday he had surgery on his left hand for broken pinky, dislocated 4th finger, and torn tendons...ouch

    last week Thursday he had surgery on his rt knee for meniscus

    last week Thursday he had surgery on his lt knee for ACL

    Monday he was in therapy already, painful, but ortho surgeon and team doctor said he'll be 100% August 1st..... Sept. 3 they play Wyoming and Sept. 10 Utah State



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    Good morning gang!

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  296. BG:

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