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Rivals.com Hawaii top 20 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Kaniela TuipulotuDT
Kahuku, HIKahuku

When motor is on, not many better in the nation

4 stars6'1"280Arizona
#2Matthew MasifiloDE
`Ewa Beach, HICampbell

Could project on either side of the football

3 stars6'2"258Stanford
#3Sam FehokoDE
Honolulu, HIFarrington

Nobody in the West has seen stock rise fater

3 stars6'2"220Texas Tech
#4Savai'i EseluTE
Honolulu, HIMoanalua

Solid hands and good blocking make him an attractive package

3 stars6'3"245California
#5Sione TauOL
Honolulu, HIDamien

Massive frame and even better strength

3 stars6'6"284Colorado
#6Bryson BeirneQB
Honolulu, HIMid Pacific Institute

A perfect fit for what Arizona does with its QBs

3 stars6'3"215Arizona
#7Scott SmithDE
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

St. Louis has a great tradition and Smith set to carry it on

3 stars6'7"240California
#8Vaughn MeatogaDT
Honolulu, HIKamehameha

Another fast-riser that's had a great spring and summer campaign

3 stars6'2"280Hawaii
#9Kalani AldrichDE
Hilo, HIKamehameha

Long, long frame could turn him into an offensive lineman

3 stars6'7"238Washington
#10David Paaluhi IIILB
Waianae, HIWaimea

Oregon State scored another good one from the Islands.

3 stars6'0"215Oregon St.
#11Mike MatamuaOL
Kapolei, HIKapolei

Could play guard or tackle, which makes him a top target

3 stars6'4"282S. Diego St.
#12Kaneakua FrielDE
Honolulu, HIKamehameha

BYU got an early commitment from him

2 stars6'4"225BYU
#13Gary NagyDB
Kahuku, HIKahuku

Played behind two seniors as junior, but blew up at camps

2 stars6'1"175BYU
#14Nai FotuLB
Kahuku, HIKahuku

Stock shot through the roof as a senior.

2 stars5'11"242Utah
#15Brandon HardinDB
Honolulu, HIKamehameha

Really impressed at the Oregon State summer camp

2 stars6'2"175Oregon St.
#16Solomona AigamauaDE
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Another St. Louis star.

2 stars6'3"215California
#17Thor SalanoaLB
Honolulu, HIRadford

Utah loved his upside.

2 stars6'2"168Utah
#18Jacob BaritLB
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Good frame could turn him into a DE

2 stars6'2"215list
#19Gabe TuataRB
Kealakehe, HIKealakehe

Small in size, but big on talent.

2 stars5'6"195Hawaii
#20John Manu-OlevaoOL
Kahuku, HIKahuku

A tenacious blocker that led team to state title

2 stars6'3"298Hawaii

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