All here

July 7th, 2014
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By last count, all the returning Warriors are enrolled in Summer Session II, which begins today.

With a sizable donation from the Waterhouse Foundation, Na Koa club is paying for the returning Warriors to attend both summer sessions (as well as incoming freshmen to attend the two bridge-program classes). The summer plan serves two purposes: 1) Players can accumulate credits to accelerate the path to degrees, and 2) players can train together in Hawaii.

Which brings us to the football team's one stipulation: To receive a scholarship this summer, a player must live most of the time in Hawaii. (Players taking on-line classes are excused for short breaks to visit their families on the mainland.)

 

54 Responses to “All here”

  1. boolakanaka:

    Ekahi...What's up gangee? Any word on DB Cesar?


  2. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Good show!


  3. whitey:

    good morning boo, counselor, and tsaikos. off to breakfast of champions, saimin.


  4. tom-warriornation:

    GO WARRIORS! Can we all donate so that our boys don't have to live in the dance studios; didn't ST say it was to save $40,000 & aren't the dorms empty now? What are other schools that have our players live in dance studios?


  5. boolakanaka:

    Whitney, that's a damn good breakfast, I'm lucky I get a poptart from Mrs. Boola...


  6. Stephen Tsai:

    I love Pop Tarts.
    The regular ones.
    The frosted Pop Tarts are sort of gross.


  7. Stephen Tsai:

    Toaster Strudel tried but, alas, no.


  8. boolakanaka:

    For all of our scouting gurus and talent evaluators.....NIKE Camp in Oregon, the full roster of the four-day stud fest:

    Who: 162 of the top high school football players in the country. The event is almost exclusively rising seniors with just two Class of 2016 recruits in the field. Check out the complete roster below. Players are separated by team and listed alphabetically. Quarterbacks will be drafted onto teams following their July 7 Elite 11 Finals workout. .

    There are two hawaii bruddhas, Ulu-Perry and Fehoko, and 2 other poly brothers from Utah and Texas.

    Quarterbacks:

    Blake Barnett, 6-4, 190 Santiago (California)
    Ross Bowers, 6-2, 180 Bothell (Washington)
    Ryan Brand, 5-10, 190 U-D Jesuit (Michigan)
    Sam Darnold, 6-4, 209 San Clemente (California)
    Deondre Francois, 6-3, 211 IMG Academy (Florida)
    Ben Hicks, 6-2, 192 Midway (Texas)
    De'Andre Johnson, 6-1, 190 First Coast (Florida)
    Sheriron Jones, 6-3, 184 Rancho Verde (California)
    Brian Lewerke, 6-2, 184 Pinnacle (Arizona)
    Drew Lock, 6-4, 201 Lee's Summit (Missouri)
    Alex Malzone, 6-2, 200 Brother Rice (Michigan)
    Kyler Murray, 5-11, 173 Allen (Texas)
    Josh Rosen, 6-4, 205 St. John Bosco (California)
    Jarrett Stidham, 6-2.5, 180 Stephenville (Texas)
    Ricky Town, 6-3, 205 St. Bonaventure (California)
    Travis Waller, 6-3, 188 Servite (California)
    Brady-White, 6-2, 186 Hart (California)
    Brandon Wimbush, 6-2, 215 St. Peter's Prep (New Jersey)

    Alpha Pro

    DB Marcus Lewis, 6-1, 187 Gonzaga College (D.C.)
    WR Cordell Broadus, 6-2, 185 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)
    WR George Campbell, 6-3, 187 East Lake (Florida)
    LB Cecil Cherry, 6-0, 225 Frostproof (Florida)
    LB Te'Von Coney, 6-3, 220 Palm Beach Gardens (Florida)
    TE C.J. Conrad, 6-4.5, 230 LaGrange-Keystone (Ohio)
    WR Derrick Dillon, 6-0, 174 Pine (Louisiana)
    ATH Torrance Gibson, 6-4, 204 American Heritage (Florida)
    OL Noah Green, 6-4.5, 283 Boiling Springs (South Carolina)
    DB Tyler Green, 6-2.5, 186 DeMatha (Maryland)
    RB Taj Griffin, 5-10.5, 175 McEachern (Georgia)
    DB Jaquan Johnson, 5-10, 181 Miami Killian (Florida)
    LB Osa Masina, 6-4, 215 Brighton (Utah)
    DL Adam McLean, 6-2, 290 Quince Orchard (Maryland)
    DB Tarvarus McFadden, 6-3, 195 American Heritage (Florida)
    DB Rico McGraw, 6-0, 200 Ensworth (Tennessee)
    DL Kahlil McKenzie, 6-4, 330 De La Salle (California)
    WR Ryan Newsome, 5-8, 166 Aledo (Texas)
    DB Darius Slayton, 6-2, 182 Greater Atlanta Christian (Georgia)
    DB Will Sunderland, 6-2, 189 Midwest City (Oklahoma)
    DL Josh Sweat, 6-5, 229 Oscar Smith (Virginia)
    OL Maea Teuhema, 6-4.5, 340 Keller (Texas)
    OL Jerry Tillery, 6-7, 312 Evangel Christian (Louisiana) ]
    ATH A.J. Turner, 5-11, 187 Centreville (Virginia)
    RB Mark Walton, 5-10, 185 Booker T. Washington (Florida)

    Apocalypse

    DL Michael Barnett, 6-5, 243 Woodland (South Carolina)
    DB Frank Buncom, 6-2, 190 St. Augustine (California)
    OL Matt Burrell, 6-4, 305 Hylton (Virginia)
    OL Lester Cotton, 6-3, 325 Tuscaloosa Central (Alabama)
    TE Jordan Davis, 6-4.5, 200 Clear Lake (Texas)
    WR Deondre Farrier, 6-0, 179 Lake Nona (Florida)
    DB Mark Fields, 5-10, 181 Hough (North Carolina)
    DL Rasheem Green, 6-4, 289 Serra (California)
    LB Porter Gustin, 6-5, 235 Salem Hills (Utah)
    RB Damien Harris, 5-10, 202 Madison Southern (Kentucky)
    WR DeSean Holmes, 5-10, 155 Alemany (California)
    LB Malik Jefferson, 6-2, 220 Poteet (Texas)
    DB Jaylon Lane, 6-1, 177 Nacogdoches (Texas)
    DB Xavier Lewis, 5-11, 183 East St. John (Louisiana)
    LB Josh McMillon, 6-3, 249 Whitehaven (Tennessee)
    RB Jacques Patrick, 6-2.5, 233 Timber Creek (Florida)
    DL Daron Payne, 6-3, 325 Shades Valley (Alabama)
    ATH Tyler Phillips, 6-1.5, 206
    DB Justin Reid, 6-1.5, 188 Dutchtown (Louisiana)
    DB Mook Reynolds, 5-11, 170 Northern Guilford (North Carolina)
    WR Calvin Ridley, 6-1, 170 Monarch (Florida)
    WR Equanimeous St. Brown, 6-5, 200 Servite (California)
    WR Deddrick Thomas, 5-9.5, 170 Memphis Central (Tennessee)
    OL Fred Ulu-Perry, 6-2.5, 307 St. Louis (Hawaii)

    Fly Rush

    DB Calvin Brewton, 6-0, 175 Miami Central (Florida)
    DB Kris Boyd, 6-0, 180 Gilmer (Texas)
    WR Lawrence Cage, 6-5, 200 Calvert Hall (Maryland)
    TE Chris Clark, 6-6, 248 Avon Old Farms (Connecticut)
    DB Tyrek Cole, 5-11, 165 Miramar (Florida)
    DL Byron Cowart, 6-3, 254 Armwood (Florida)
    OL Chuma Edoga, 6-3.5, 277 McEachern (Georgia)
    DL Neville Gallimore, 6-2, 311 Canada Prep Football Academy (Ontario)
    WR Terry Godwin, 6-0, 168 Callaway (Georgia)
    OL Tommy Hatton, 6-2, 280 St. Joseph Regional (New Jersey)
    WR Trent Irwin, 6-2, 193 Hart (California)
    WR Van Jefferson, 6-2, 175 Ravenwood (Tennessee)
    DB Stephen Johnson, 5-11, 188 San Leandro (California)
    LB Darrin Kirkland, 6-1, 227 Lawrence Central (Indiana)
    DL Jonathan Ledbetter, 6-4, 269 Tucker (Georgia)
    WR Damarkus Lodge, 6-2, 190 Cedar Hill (Texas)
    RB Bryce Love, 5-10, 177 Wake Forest Rolesville (North Carolina)
    DB Kendrell McFadden, 6-3.5, 193 Miramar (Florida)
    OL Drew Richmond, 6-5, 323 Memphis University School (Tennessee)
    DB Kendall Sheffield, 5-11, 180 Thurgood Marshall (Texas)
    LB Josh Smith, 6-3, 222 Oakland (Tennessee)
    LB Roquan Smith, 6-2, 201 Macon County (Georgia)
    TE Alize Jones, 6-4, 230 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)
    OL Dallas Warmack, 6-2, 306 Mays (Georgia)
    RB Dexter Williams, 6-0, 189 Olympia (Florida)

    Land Sharks

    DB Deontay Anderson (2016), 6-1, 192 Manvel (Texas)
    DL Austin Bryant, 6-4, 246 Thomas County Central (Georgia)
    ATH Shawn Burgess-Becker, 6-1, 190 Monarch (Florida)
    WR John Burt, 6-3, 179 Tallahassee Lincoln (Florida)
    DB Montrell Custis, 6-1, 173 Lovejoy (Georgia)
    TE Jackson Harris, 6-6, 250 Columbia Central (Tennessee)
    WR K.J. Hill, 6-1, 190 North Little Rock (Arkansas)
    LB Justin Hilliard, 6-0.5, 225 St. Xavier (Ohio)
    DB Donte-Jackson, 5-11, 165 Riverdale (Louisiana)
    RB Soso Jamabo, 6-2, 207 Plano West (Texas)
    OL Andre James, 6-5, 271 Herriman (Utah)
    WR Tyron Johnson, 6-1, 185 Warren Easton (Louisiana)
    DL Kendell Jones, 6-4, 246 Clay-Chalkville (Alabama)
    DL Keisean Lucier-South, 6-4.5, 218 Orange Lutheran (California)
    DL Daylon Mack, 6-1, 316 Gladewater (Texas)
    DB P.J. Mbanasor, 6-1, 176 Hendrickson (Texas)
    OL Javon Patterson, 6-2.5, 305 Petal (Mississippi)
    OL Richie Petitbon, 6-4, 302 Gonzaga College (D.C.)
    LB Sherrod Pittman, 6-0.5, 224 First Coast (Florida)
    RB Jordan Scarlett, 5-11, 206 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)
    WR Kemah Siverand, 6-0, 185 Cypress Ridge (Texas)
    LB Chad Smith, 6-3.5, 213 Dominion (Virginia)
    DB Deionte-Thompson, 6-1, 174 West Orange-Stark (Texas)
    DB Kevin Toliver, 6-2, 188 Trinity Christian (Florida)

    Mach Speed

    DL Terry Beckner, 6-4, 290 East St. Louis (Illinois)
    OL Quarvez Boulware, 6-3, 281 Friendship Collegiate (D.C.)
    DB Shaun Crawford, 5-9, 170 St. Edward (Ohio)
    WR Jovon Durante, 5-11, 146 Miami Norland (Florida)
    DLBreiden Fehoko, 6-2, 285 Farrington (Hawaii)
    DB Minkah Fitzpatrick, 6-1, 188 St. Peter's Prep (New Jersey)
    RB JaMycal Hasty, 5-8, 185 Longview (Texas)
    DB Holton Hill, 6-2, 180 Houston Lamar (Texas)
    OL Tristen Hoge, 6-4.5, 291 Highland (Idaho)
    LB Ben Humphreys, 6-1.5, 202 Mater Dei (California)
    OL Mitch Hyatt, 6-6, 275 North Gwinnett (Georgia)
    S Derwin James, 6-3, 200 Haines City (Florida)
    RB Ray Ray McCloud, 5-10, 178 Sickles (Florida)
    DL Natrez Patrick, 6-4, 240 Mays (Georgia)
    WR Da'Vante Phillips, 6-1.5, 197 Miami Central (Florida)
    OL Dru Samia, 6-5.5, 296 San Ramon Valley (California)
    WR C.J. Sanders, 5-9, 176 Notre Dame (California)
    LB Cameron Smith, 6-2, 236 Granite Bay (California)
    TE Auden Tate, 6-4.5, 202 Wharton (Florida)
    DB Levonta Taylor (2016), 5-10, 165 Ocean Lakes (Virginia)
    DB Marvell Tell, 6-2, 184 Crespi (California)
    LB Adonis Thomas, 6-3.5, 214 Central Gwinnett (Georgia)
    RB Mike Weber, 5-9.5, 204 Cass Tech (Michigan)
    WR Preston Williams, 6-5, 200 Lovejoy (Georgia)

    Vapor Carbon

    RB Saquon Barkley, 6-0, 205 Whitehall (Pennsylvania)
    RB Nick Brossette, 5-11.5, 211 University Lab (Louisiana)
    WR Deon Cain, 6-2, 190 Tampa Bay Tech (Florida)
    RB Jordan Cronkrite, 5-11, 199 Westminster Christian (Florida)
    DL Jashon Cornell, 6-2.5, 265 Cretin-Derham Hall (Minnesota)
    DB Justin Dunning, 6-3, 200 Whitehouse (Texas)
    DL Rashan Gary, 6-4, 280 Paramus Catholic (New Jersey)
    TE Will Gragg, 6-4, 249 Pine Bluff (Arkansas)
    DB Dechaun Holiday, 6-1.5, 192 Mission Hills (California)
    LB John Houston Jr., 6-3, 211 Serra (California)
    OL Martez Ivey, 6-5.5, 268 Apopka (Florida)
    WR Juwan Johnson, 6-4, 200 Glassboro (New Jersey)
    WR Christian Kirk, 5-11, 197 Saguaro (Arizona)
    DB Isaiah Langley, 5-11.5, 164 Foothill (California)
    DB Iman Marshall, 6-0.5, 200 Long Beach Poly (California)
    LB Arthur McGinnis, 6-2, 228 Warren Easton (Louisiana)
    WR Kirk Merritt, 5-11, 206 Destrehan (Louisiana)
    DB Larry Pryor, 6-0, 204 Sulphur Springs (Texas)
    DL Chauncey Rivers, 6-2.5, 247 Stephenson (Georgia)
    LB Quarte Sapp, 6-2, 203 Milton (Georgia)
    DL Tim Settle, 6-3, 325 Stonewall jackson (Virginia)
    DB Duke Shelley, 5-10, 171 Tucker (Georgia)
    OL Keenan Walker, 6-6, 274 Chaparral (Arizona)


  9. boolakanaka:

    ST..when I was growing up, Poptarts are what I though only super-rich people eat for breakfast...I found out later, they are mainly for really lazy people like myself.


  10. boolakanaka:

    4..All the players from flash-dance university.


  11. NorthShoreFan:

    Guud Morning Tsaikos...bootiful day.

    finish them credits...make life easier...student athletes..IMUA!

    off topic......
    my patnah made some aku poke this past weekend...aku, cilantro, sesame leaves, sesame seed & oil, little furikake and.......walnuts!??!?..anyhoo, she said they gang at the harbor when wipe the container clean!???? when she told me the recipe I went...HUH!?!?!??? told her the guys at the harbor must be starving...walnuts?...I guess the next will be mac nuts..we get plenty fresh ones off the tree.


  12. Old School Dave:

    Agree with Tom (#4). I'd be willing to donate what I can to help put the players in some decent living accommodations during fall camp. Sad that it has to come to this.


  13. Stephen Tsai:

    The MWC had three players named Shaq last year.
    And, of course, every 10th boy is named Jordan.
    Wonder when we'll see the wave of high school players named Lebron?


  14. Stephen Tsai:

    Boola:
    In the office, next to the granola bars that nobody eats, the snack machine sells Pop Tarts.


  15. Stephen Tsai:

    You know how it goes. We write about healthful foods. We talk about healthful foods. But we lose our minds when the pizza is delivered. It's sort of like the Pavlov's-dog effect that the ice-cream-truck music has on all of us.


  16. Stephen Tsai:

    The point of today's post is that UH has 100 percent participation this summer.


  17. boolakanaka:

    If we had a machine that sold poptarts, they would have to refill it 2 to 3 times, a week. Damn, thats like having a really cute women working in the next door office---OK, I really like poptarts.


  18. boolakanaka:

    Informal count, and warning, I went to public school, so anything pass, hands and toes is iffy.

    Florida 27 Players
    California 22 Players,
    Texas 21 Players
    Georgia 15 Players


  19. Old School Dave:

    On dieting, I remember back in the day vowing to start start a healthier diet, only to have it shot down when someone would often bring a pizza and a bucket of chicken and potatoes from Chico's (at the bottom of St Louis Heights). When I finally did move away from St Louis Heights, my diet did improve, somewhat :-)

    http://midlifecrisishawaii.com/memories/chicos-pizza-revisited-with-wes-ralph-popham


  20. Stephen Tsai:

    That's a lot of people going a long way for a football camp.


  21. Stephen Tsai:

    Old School Dave:
    There you go again. Bringing up food that makes me drool on my keyboard.


  22. boolakanaka:

    My fav names on the above list are: Rayray, Soso, and Mook.


  23. boolakanaka:

    19--Old School Dave---Chicos was da bomb in the day!! I remember tagging along with some of our old neighbors back in the day, and getting dwight holidays autograph--go to town, fried chicked, pizza, and fab 5 autograph--only the best day in my life!!


  24. Old School Dave:

    Stephen & Boola: I would have to say that to this day, I have not had chicken or potato wedges like the ones at Chico's. Living up on St Louis Heights, I always remember making that turn onto St Louis Drive from Waialae and asking myself, "Hmmmm...pizza and chicken." I've heard that Chicken Delite (sp?) was also pretty good, but I don't think I ever ate there (down near Keeaumoku, I think). I remember the commercial jingle, "Don't cook tonight. Order Chicken Delite."


  25. boolakanaka:

    Old School Dave...I did like me some Magoos Pizza back in the day.....


  26. Stephen Tsai:

    Boola:
    Rayray is a cool name.
    Technically, UH has an Iosefa Iosefa.


  27. Stephen Tsai:

    Isn't there a Magoos near the McDonald's on South King?
    By the way, that's the most confusing drive-through McDonald's. It appears you have to enter the preceding lot to get to the drive-through lane. (Hey, with 6:45 a.m. practices, I'm in no mood to be confused when I'm making coffee/hot chocolate runs.)


  28. Old School Dave:

    ST: I think you're right. Magoos has a lunch wagon in the parking lot of the 76 station right before McDs on South King. Yeah, gotta be careful entering that lot.


  29. koakane:

    WTF,,,,,,,,,what a bobo

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  30. Old School Dave:

    Kind of out of the way for me, but Big Kahuna's Pizza, on Puuloa was good. I had the Kalua pork pizza. Not recommended if you have an annual physical exam and blood test coming up soon.


  31. Buffoman:

    The Boston North End piazza in Kaneohe is the best as of now for me. The crust on that piazza cannot be matched. Even the new Brick Oven across the way by my standards, does not match. Interestingly the Kaneohe Boston seems to have a better crust than the one in Kaimuki.

    Anna Bananas back in the day had the best pizza for the "stoners" as one could attest to. Chicks was the best for their chicken and fries.


  32. Buffoman:

    Chicos sorry spell check "corrected" incorrectly again.


  33. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    I like Na Koa paying for the summer sessions. The money is directly supporting the players and helping toward the ultimate goal of graduating. The team building is great too.

    Speaking of team building, I think most past and present military people can see the reasons (besides financial) of the staying in the dance studios for a few weeks. Staying a week at military facilities for training is an off-shoot of this, I think.

    CHICO'S PIZZA!!!!!


  34. Down with...:

    #29 Koakane-that's what i was saying a few blogs ago, they need to think when scheduling some of these things. I understand they don't have total control but just makes no sense sometimes...Oh well...Go Bows!


  35. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! ;)

    100% participation? Awesome!

    Chicos and Magoos - both had great pizza and chicken back in the day... such good memories.


  36. obachan:

    Brings back memories of Ye Ole Shakey's Pizza Parlor and pitchers of cold root beer in Kaneohe when I was growing up.


  37. boolakanaka:

    36...There was a Shakeys in Aiea, and there was this one bruddha like 5-6 years older than us, that worked there...and I thought he was a God, seriously, I thought he was Lono.

    He use to sometimes tell us intermediate kids from the neighborhood, especially in the summer, to come in the middle of the afternoon, and he would hook-us-up with large pepperoni pizzas for free---damn that bruddha was Lono!!


  38. tom-warriornation:

    A-House & all:
    For the road game at Rice: Tickets will be $15-20 each for great seats behind our team (45 to 35 yard line) about 10-20 rows up for better viewing; will post the details here when I get them. Again about 100 Texas locals will be there; so everyone come join them & make some noise for our boys!

    Rice was the conference champion last year and they got most of their players back so our team needs your support at this game!


  39. kapakahi:

    ST,

    What's the update on JC CB transfers Cesar Fermin (Moorpark JC) and Jamal Mayo (Laney JC)?


  40. st. anthony trojan:

    Mahalo to Waterhouse foundation...for all the support all these years....remember back in the 50's...they were in the photo business..they still around yet ??


  41. bowwar:

    Chicos was the absolute best...The Chicken and large ranch-style fries were fabulous. I also remember them serving pitchers of wine-coolers. The pizza wasn't bad either...I really was bummed when Chicos closed in the 70s.

    #31: I still think Pizza Bobs in Haleiwa makes the best pizza on the island...Everytime I take out of state guests there, they all say the same thing. IMHO, Boston Northend in Kaneohe was better when it first came out and it really made its money on its "oversized" pizzas versus taste. Yes, the Brickoven is more hype and expensive than being good...The Shakey's in Waipahu is guud, but it's a looong way from Kaneohe.


  42. bowwar:

    Dunno how much he really did, but Coach Mack was instrumental in the summer school classes for the football players...I really think Mack took a genuine interest in the future of the athletes beyond football.


  43. Buffoman:

    #41 I guess it's like Kin Wah or Pake's. I personally like Kin Wah but my friends who also reside on the Windward side swear by Pake's.

    It's personal taste. No one is wrong, it's what makes one's pallet happy. I liked Boston's when it was near Yamashiro's and strangely I like them better now.


  44. Don Weir:

    The Alex Waterhouse Trust funds 5 entities; UH is one of the 5 and so is Palama Settlement.

    I was remiss yesterday in not extending an invitation to the San Diego Letterwinners Breakfast/Brunch to members of the print, radio, and tv media.
    Please accept the invitation to the hosted gathering.


  45. clyde:

    Chico's! Thanks for the link, Old School Dave. Saw a photo of the Chico's menu. I spent a lot of time there in the late '60s and early '70s, and the broasted chicken and potato wedges were the best ... ever. Even worked there one summer in the kitchen and delivery as I knew the daughter of one of the owners. Fun fact: She's married to a former UH assistant football coach who is now with June at SMU.


  46. SteveM:

    A classmate of mine in high school (not Al) worked at "Stan the Man" pizza on King street near McCulley. He made pizza and did delivery. Interesting stories on deliveries and he claimed to be the first Japanese pizza maker in Hawaii. I dunno, but after high school he went to work at Chico's as a pizza maker.

    Went to try his new place out of curiousity. Now I remember the decisions I had to make back then- buy a Chico's pizza for myself or 9 W&M burgers on 9th ave @ 30 cents... same price.


  47. Boolakanaka:

    Makes me think of original Tony Roma's on Kuhio-- one of the managers back in the day, Bobby T., or otherwise known as the BBF of Barry O. Those were the first ribs I had of this variety---ono!


  48. gobows:

    watch out…
    http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/25960009/hawaiis-harding-named-to-paul-hornung-watch-list


  49. gobows:

    Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska
    Nelson Agholor, Southern California
    Kenny Bell, Nebraska
    V’Angelo Bentley, Illinois
    Victor Bolden, Oregon State
    Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh
    Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State
    B.J. Catalon, TCU
    Rashon Ceaser, Louisiana Monroe
    Stacy Coley, Miami (FL)
    James Conner, Pittsburgh
    Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina
    Jamison Crowder, Duke
    Stefon Diggs, Maryland
    Chris Dunkley, South Florida
    DeVon Edwards, Duke
    D.J. Foster, Arizona State
    Charles Gaines, Louisville
    Rannell Hall, Central Florida
    Scott Harding, Hawaii
    Justin Hardy, East Carolina
    Akeem Hunt, Purdue
    Myles Jack, UCLA
    Christion Jones, Alabama
    Jameon Lewis, Mississippi State
    Tommylee Lewis, Northern Illinois
    Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
    T.J. Logan, North Carolina
    Venric Mark, Northwestern
    Kevonte Martin-Manley, Iowa
    J.D. McKissic, Arkansas State
    Ty Montgomery, Stanford
    Khalfani Muhammad, California
    Marcus Murphy, Missouri
    Jamarcus Nelson, UAB
    Levi Norwood, Baylor
    Ryan Switzer, North Carolina
    Shaq Thompson, Washington
    Antonio Vaughan, Old Dominion
    Levonte “Kermit” Whitfield, Florida State
    Carlos Wiggins, New Mexico
    Kenny Williams, Texas Tech
    Shane Williams-Rhodes, Boise St.
    Myles Willis, Boston College
    Dontre Wilson, Ohio State
    Aaron Wimberly, Iowa St.
    Shane Wynn, Indiana

    http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/07/07/paul-hornung-award-watch-list-led-by-2013-finalist-myles-jack/


  50. surfdog:

    Hey Steve, good to see you again. It was a pleasure meeting your wife, but it was kinda scary how many connections I found out we have through families and friends. Take care.


  51. nutmegger:

    53 days to go


  52. Tiki808:

    Where's the beef?


  53. Slugger:

    SteveM, I liked Mama Mia's Pizza best at So. King & McCully. The Italian guys who owned it & made the pizzas were good lookers. They also made authentic East Coast pizza.

    Great to hear that there's 100% participation this summer. The guys need all that time practicing together. It showed in previous year's teams. And good for the guys to get through school.

    Night!


  54. maddog50:

    Congrats to Scott Harding on this opportunity....got my tickets secured for the Oregon State and Northern Iowa game. Just purchased a bunch of Polo's etc from the H Zone for a golf outing I sponsor....looking to raise 2k to 3K to turn over to Na Koa.....its good to be a Warrior!!!!!!