By Stephen Tsai
Mililani offensive lineman Jordan Agasiva is the first local prospect to commit to the Rainbow Warriors' 2015 recruiting class. He was named to the Division I all-state team in 2013. Here's what Agasiva's pledge means:
> Vitals: Agasiva is 6-4 and 280. Mililani coach Rod York said Agasiva did not relinquish a sack in 2013. York said, when needed, Agasiva has held a block for as long as 8 seconds.
> The love: "I think he's the best o-lineman in the state," York said.
> Intangibles: "When you look at his highlight tapes, right away you can tell what type of player he is," York said. "He's aggressive. He's physical. He finishes. He loves being an o-lineman."
> You be the judge: Agasiva videos
> Joint effort: Mililani actually falls in defensive coordinator Kevin Clune's recruiting area, but this was group recruiting that also involved o-line coach Chris Naeole, linebacker coach Kurt Gouveia, quarterback coach Jordan Wynn and d-line coach Lewis Powell. York said: "He believes in coach Chow."
> Roster impact: Agasiva will help boost a unit that will lose five seniors at the end of this coming season: Sean Shigematsu, Kody Afusia, Frank Loyd Jr., Dave Lefotu and David Griffin. Afusia and Lefotu have been with the No. 1 unit this spring. Tavita Eli, who signed in February, joins the Warriors in June. Gus Lavaka joins in January after completing a church mission.