Warriors land WR

January 16th, 2013
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Keith Kirkwood, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound receiver from Neptune High in New Jersey, told the Warrior Beat he has accepted a football scholarship from the Warriors.

Kirkwood was a star basketball player before deciding to play football during his senior season in 2012.

He averaged more than 22 yards per catch.

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When we first read this, we were bowled over:

Deadspin article.

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The relationship between UH and Kahuku began with the McMackin administration and has strengthened under Chow's leadership, Red Raider coach Reggie Torres said.

Torres acknowledged the link is UH linebacker coach Tony Tuioti, who is the lone holdover from the McMackin's coaching staff. Tuioti, who lives and attends church on the North Shore, is UH's point recruiter at Kahuku.

"Coach Tony has done a great job as far as keeping in touch with the kids and talking with their counselors to make sure they have the grades to play college football," Torres said.

The Warriors have received commitments for two Kahuku players and are finalists for a third. The UH coaches visited Kahuku yesterday as part of their island recruiting tour.

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It should be interesting to see how far the ripples extend from Chip Kelly's hiring with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Oregon has been the dominant team in the West the past few years. As such, the Ducks have had an impact in recruiting battles in on the West Coast and in Hawaii and American Samoa.

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Belated birthday wishes to Faye Wai.

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