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2012 Prospect Ranking Hawaii Postseason Top 10 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Luke KaumatuleDE
Honolulu, HIPunahou

The 6-foot-7 defensive end helped team to an 11-3 season.

4 stars6'7"268Stanford
#2DeForest BucknerDE
Honolulu, HIPunahou

Buckner is an outstanding athlete who also plays basketball.

4 stars6'7"230Oregon
#3Steven LakalakaRB
Honolulu, HIPunahou

The 211-pound running back had almost 800 rushing yards as a junior.

3 stars5'10"200Hawaii
#4Psalm WoochingRB
Kailua Kona, HIKealakehe

The big back helped lead his team to a 10-2 record this season.

3 stars6'3"210Washington
#5Kiha SaiOL
Honolulu, HIKamehameha School

At 6-foot-4 and 300 pounds, Sai has a body that's ready to play in college.

3 stars6'4"300Hawaii
#6Kalei AueluaDE
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Auelua has the power to beat offensive tackles and the speed to track down runners.

2 stars6'2"240Washington
#7Taylor TaliuluDB
Aiea, HIAiea

Taliulu was physical, tough and impressive at the Seattle NIKE Camp.

2 stars5'11"171Washington St.
#8Keoni Bush-LooTE
Honolulu, HIKamehameha School

The 6-foot-4 prospect could play multiple positions on both sides of the field.

2 stars6'4"240Arizona
#9Shane BrostekOL
Kamuela, HIHawaii Prep

Brostek is a strong, tough two-way lineman who can also play fullback.

2 stars6'3"300Washington
#10Kory RasmussenDT
Honolulu, HIKamehameha School

Rasmussen has emerged this off-season as one of Hawaii's top players.

2 stars6'3"255Colorado Hawaii Postseason Top 10 2012

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