Class of 2011 Hawai'i Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Brandon Huffman
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Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Paulay AsiataHonolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis  
OT | 6-5/290
Country strong; easily best OL on islands
2. Chester SuaHonolulu (Hawaii) KaimukiWashington State
OLB | 6-2/217
Physically imposing; can be an impact player on both sides
3. Lake Koa-Ka'aiHonolulu (Hawaii) Kamehameha 
DE | 6-4/250
Has complete package of speed, size, strength and leverage
4. Marcus MariotaHonolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis Oregon
QB | 6-3/190
Fastest QB on the west coast; perfect fit for spread option offense
5. Tigi HillKahuku (Hawaii) Kahuku 
S | 6-2/210
Head hunter in the deep third; definitely an enforcer in the secondary
6. Juda ParkerHonolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis Tennessee
DE | 6-2/230
Rangy end that has better physicality than at first glance; has room to grow
7. Mike MoalaHonolulu (Hawaii) Kaimuki  
DT | 6-2/270
Most athletic big man in the islands; could be OL or DL depending on need
8. Starr Sua-PassiHonolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis   
OLB | 5-11/220
Strong, tough MLB; height may end up being a limiting factor
9. Micah KalepaHonolulu (Hawaii) Pac-5 
TE | 6-5/250
Grew 35 pounds in a year; could be an excellent OT prospect in college
10. Kamalani KaluhiokalaniHonolulu (Hawaii) Kamehameha  
DT | 6-0/296
Wears heart on sleeve; emotional player that runs hot and cold
11. Kawika StantHonolulu (Hawaii) Kamehameha  
MLB | 5-11/210
Has football speed and instincts galore; father is Kam head coach
12. Justin VeleHonolulu (Hawaii) Farrington 
OLB | 6-1/235
Another instinctual linebacker that can play sideline to sideline
13. KT TuumaloHonolulu (Hawaii) Punahou  
OLB | 6-2/210
Could grow into a linebacker at the next level; physically imposing
14. Ben MameaKahuku (Hawaii) Kahuku  
MLB | 6-1/200
Tough, rangy MIK that can fit the run really well
15. Trent McKinneyMililani (Hawaii) Mililani  
QB | 5-11.5/195
Very good athlete that is also a smart player and good decision-maker
16. Hassan RichardsonMililani (Hawaii) Mililani  
WR | 6-4/190
Big, lanky receiver that has a knack for making the big play look easy
17. Justice SarcedoHonolulu (Hawaii) Kaimuki  
CB | 5-10/163
Two-way athlete that plays the game with a chip on his shoulder
18. Peni VeaKailua-Kona (Hawaii) Kealakehe  
S | 6-0/175
Athletic safety that could also grow into a WIL at the next level
19. Solomon DixonHonolulu (Hawaii) McKinleyIdaho 
CB | 5-9/150
Quick, shifty athlete that will play defense in college
20. Lancelot WilliamsHonolulu (Hawaii) Farrington  
OLB | 6-2/218
Good looking athlete on the hoof; plays better in space
21. Richard VillasenorHonolulu (Hawaii) Moanalua  
DE | 6-0/249
Tough two-way performer that would get more looks if taller
22. Shairone ThompsonKahuku (Hawaii) Kahuku  
TE | 6-5/200
Needs to keep growing to be a viable TE in college; great hands
23. Jesse CarneyKailua (Hawaii) Kalaheo   
RB | 5-9/171
Next shiftiest back in Oahu behind Dixon; very versatile and productive
24. Duke BukoskiHonolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis  
WR | 6-2/197
Smart, heady athlete that will be Mariota’s go-to guy through the air
25. Brock RuelkeHonolulu (Hawaii) Kamehameha  
WR | 6-2/185
Bigger receiver that should provide Kamehameha a strong target in the pass game
Last updated: 8/18/10