By Stephen Tsai
Defensive end George Daily-Lyles is leading a camp this summer that has nothing to do with football but everything to do with teamwork and development.
Daily-Lyles is the host of a kids' camp at the Waikiki Aquarium. The curriculum is focused on sea life through group-oriented activities.
The camp is part of Daily-Lyles' studies in family resources. He is scheduled to earn a degree in that field in December.
Daily-Lyles adjusts his off-season training around his camp schedule. He often is at the aquarium for up to 10 hours a day.
Linebackers Kamalani Alo and Art Laurel also are leading youth camps this summer. Alo is working with kids at the Palama Settlement.
Samson Anguay, Ryan Pasoquen, GDL