By Stephen Tsai
Trayvon Henderson, a safety from Grant High in Sacramento, told the Warrior Beat he has accepted a football scholarship from the Warriors.
Henderson said he is 6 feet 1 and 195 pounds.
He said he projects to play safety, but if he gains more weight, he might move to linebacker.
Henderson said he will visit UH next week. But he said he does not need the visit to make the decision.
"I'm going to be a Warrior," Henderson said. "It's a good program. I like the coaches. That's where I want to go."
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Matthew "Meffy" Koloamatangi of Woodside High in California has accepted a football scholarship from the Warriors.
Koloamatangi is 6 feet 6.
He weighed 230 pounds at the end of Woodside's 2012 season. He is being recruited as a lineman, meaning he'll compete as an offensive tackle or a five-technque end on defense. (Note to the equipment people: He wears size-17 shoes.)
Matt Koloamatangi is the younger brother of UH offensive tackle Leo Koloamatangi. (Note to academic people: Leo Koloamatangi had a 3.9 GPA during the fall semester.)
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Note to UH basketball coaches: Quarterback Aaron Zwahlen, who committed to the Warriors, is also a very good high school basketball player.
Zwahlen is going on a church mission after graduating high school. But he'll be back on the Manoa campus in 2015.