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2010 Prospect Ranking Hawaii Postseason Top 30 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Shaydon AkunaLB
Kapolei, HIKapolei

Could be a big safety or an fast rangy outside linebacker in college.

6'3"210Oregon St.
#2V.J. FehokoLB
Honolulu, HIFarrington

Starred as a DE, but looked like a natural ILB at Army All-American Bowl.

#3Graham RowleyDT
Waialua, HIWaialua

Good size, good athleticism, could play multiple positions along defensive front.

#4Kona SchwenkeDE
Kahuku, HIKahuku

Strong pass-rushing skills and a tall and long frame to build on.

6'5"215Notre Dame
#5Zachary QuinesLB
Mililani, HIMililani

Bone-crushing tackler. Hawaii's most productive defensive player.

#6Taz StevensonDB
Mililani, HIMililani

The most attractive combination of speed and size in Hawaii. Could be a WR or safety.

#7Jeremy IoaneDB
Honolulu, HIPunahou

Has one of the country's most entertaining highlight reels.

5'11"190Boise St.
#8Micah HatchieOL
Waialua, HIWaialua

Very athletic offensive lineman that could turn into a star with increased size and strength.

#9Andrew ManleyQB
Wahiawa, HILeilehua

Good size and arm strength. The Honolulu Advertiser's offensive player of the year.

6'3"220N. Mex. St.
#10Kaiwi CrabbOL
Honolulu, HIPunahou

Solid and consistent lineman, very good in pass protection.

#11Calen FrielDE
Kailua, HIKailua

Big and athletic linebacker that will likely grow into a defensive end.

#12Tuu LoloheaLB
Kapolei, HIKapolei

A quick and instinctual linebacker that plays the run and pass very well.

#13Handsome TanieluDE
Waianae, HIWaianae

Could play defensive end or grow into a defensive tackle in college.

#14Sealii EpenesaDT
Honolulu, HIIolani

Massive defensive tackle that clogs the middle and is stout against the run.

#15Dustin ElisaraRB
Kapolei, HIKapolei

Could be a run-stuffing middle linebacker or a skilled fullback in college.

#16Hau'oli JamoraDE
Kahuku, HIKahuku

Honolulu Advertiser's Co-Defensive Player of the year winner (Beau Yap)

#17Jiniki TimoteoOL
Leilehua, HILeilehua

Big guard with very good feet and blitz recognition.

#18Lawrence LagafuainaDT
Aiea, HIAiea

Big defensive tackle prospect who can really plug the run.

#19Sani FuimaonoDT
Honolulu, HIPunahou

Consistent player who slides past blockers and disrupts the backfield.

#20Beau YapDE
Honolulu, HIKamehameha School

Honolulu Advertiser's Co-Defensive Player of the year winner (Hau'oli Jamora).

#21Charlie TuaauDE
Wahiawa, HILeilehua

Physically one of the most impressive looking players in Hawaii. Size 15.5 shoes.

#22Wave RyderDB
Honolulu, HIKamehameha School

Front-runner for "name of the year." This 6-foot-2 rangy safety prospect has a ton of upside once he fills out frame.

#23Thurston KinoOL
Honolulu, HIPunahou

Vastly under-recruited prospect. Played next to No. 10 Kaiwi Crabb and has similar skills.

#24Marcus UmuDB
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Rangy safety with good agility.

#25London AmorinWR
Honolulu, HIPac-Five

Had a huge week at the Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Game. Good hands, can make tough catches.

#26Pep FonokalafiDT
Honolulu, HIKaimuki

Undersized defensive tackle, but very quick of the ball.

#27Samson AnguayWR
Ewa Beach, HICampbell

Quick and tough wide receiver who lacks ideal size but is dangerous in open field.

#28Ipulasi EseluLB
Honolulu, HIMoanalua

Aggressive outside linebacker that plays sideline to sideline.

#29Foi FoiDT
Kapolei, HIKapolei

Sheds blocks well and is a productive tackler for an interior lineman.

#30Frank LloydOL
Honolulu, HIMoanalua

Played tackle for Moanalua but likely will be an offensive guard.

6'3"260Hawaii Hawaii Postseason Top 30 2010

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