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Mililani O-lineman chooses UH

April 18th, 2014

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.

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