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Waialua linemen getting early attention
Micah Hatchie (Scout.com)
Northwest Recruiting Analyst
Posted Feb 10, 2009
Waialua is known for being the quiet counterpart to Hale'iwa, a surfing and tourist destination on the North Shore of Oahu. But with Micah Hatchie and Graham Rowley emerging as two of the top 2010 prospects in Hawai'i, college coaches are now spending more time in Waialua than ever before.
Both emerged during the spring of 2008 with strong showings at the PIAA combine, held at the St. Louis School, and at the Hawai'i Speed and Quickness camps.
Hatchie, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound OL/DL has current offers from Hawai'i, Stanford and
. His offer from the Warriors came after the 2008 Hawai'i Speed and Quickness Big Man's camp, held on the Manoa campus in late July. He also has serious interest from
. Hatchie was recently named as the No. 21 prospect, regardless of position, in the initial Scout.com Fab 50 for the class of 2010.
Rowley, a 6-foot-3, 250-pound defensive end, has offers from Hawai'i, Stanford and
and serious interest from Arizona, Oregon, UCLA and
. Graham was recently named as the No. 32 prospect, regardless of position, in the initial Scout.com Fab 50 for the class of 2010.
We'll have more from these two as they continue to rack up offers and start to trim their lists in search of the perfect college fit.
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